Paper apologizes for publishing Quranic verse tattoos

We’ve already seen a lot of bloodshed in last couple of days due to the cartoons of Prophet Muhammad published in some European newspapers. Now it’s of The Times of India, a leading Indian newspaper, who published a photograph of woman with Quranic verse tattoos on her back, to apologize before the Indian Muslims too taste the blood.

The front-page apology came after Muslim activists protested against the tattoos in Delhi burning copies of the newspaper.

The newspaper said: “We realise our mistake, even if it was inadvertent. We offer our unqualified apology for the mistake.’

Via: dnaindia

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