Our polyglot correspondent Hermes sends along a brief translation from a Belgian news site, accompanied by this note:
I was reading an article in French at a Belgian online magazine, a short article dealing with child trafficking and pornography in Belgium, and I stumbled upon a very interesting comment made by a reader, a comment regarding Islam and freedom of expression in the Belgian MSM.
This issue is now reaching paranoid levels. But nevertheless, it seems that it was only the persistent behavior of the commenter that prompted editors to allow this comment to be published.
The translated comment from: RTL.be:
Pornography, begging and small-scale crime: children are exploited in Belgium
Jan 25 2013 12:17pm
Posted by JRTLL
[Expletive], censored again.
I have just asked after having taken a look at the photo whether begging is allowed in the Koran, for as far as I know the richest ones give to the poorest ones, so people with headscarves should not be begging the way we see them in masses… what was wrong in what I said? It is enough to pronounce the word “Arab”, “Koran”, “Muslim”, and one gets banned. What kind of magazine is this?