Hungarian “anti-Islam” cover of a novel by French author Michel Houellebecq causes uproar

The Hungarian cover of a novel by controversial French author Michel Houellebecq has caused an uproar in the French press. The novel is about an imaginary scenario which sees the Muslim Brotherhood winning French elections and introducing the Islamic legal system in the country, while France looks on in practical paralysis.

I don’t see it.

  • barryjr

    The more I read and hear the less far fetched this novel appears to be. Typical of everywhere in the west, the “mainstream” media is so far out of touch with reality.

  • pop

    Great cover, Mona Lisa

    You know, it’s going to happen.

    • Xavier

      Nah. They’ll burn the Louvre.

  • Gaian

    You want to see where islamic perversion is headed? Check this out:

  • Dana Garcia

    How can the cover be considered anti-Islam when it is merely predictive, given the demographic realities? Demography is destiny, as they say.

  • Speaksvolumes

    I am looking forward to reading this once the English translation is released.