Imam’s book that criticises Islam refused by publisher out of fear their offices will be attacked by literary critics

A publisher has refused to take on a Muslim Imam’s book that criticises Islam out of fear their offices will be attacked by religious extremists.

Imam Mohammad Tawhidi, from Adelaide, took to Facebook on Sunday to reveal his first book was rejected by a publisher because it could provoke violence among Islamic radicals.

‘They responded with an apology and informed me that they fear the company will be attacked by Islamic extremists if they publish my book,’ he said.

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