The Truth About Plagiarist Fareed Zakaria’s Views on Censorship

Fareed Zakaria’s recent stance on the issue of censoring offensive material mischaracterizes his formerly stated role in Yale’s decision not to republish cartoons that featured Mohammed.

In discussing Sony’s decision to scrap The Interview, Zakaria stated that Yale was wrong in 2009 when it decided to keep cartoons published in a Danish newspaper that featured Mohammed out of “The Cartoons That Shook the World,” a book published by the university.

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