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Ulyanovsk Court Bans Poetry Collection Forbidden Verses
7.02.2012 11:01
Ulyanovsk Court Bans Poetry Collection Forbidden Verses

The court in Ulyanovsk has satisfied the claim of the public prosecutor about recognizing some poems from the collection Forbidden Verses to be extremist materials.
      The court has established that a dweller of Kuzovatovo Settlement posted on the Internet various authors verses, which, according to linguistic study, contain negativity towards certain national and social groups.
      Linguistic examinations have established that these verses contain information directed at fomenting hatred, enmity, and abasement of human dignity on account of nationality, origin and religion.
      At the same time, the named collection was in the Internet in free access, within reach of the minors- the Office of Public Prosecutor reported.
Author: Vera Ivanova

Tags: Poetry Extremism Anti-Semitism   

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