Retrieved 68 cases for location
'Middle East and Caucasus'
Oussama, "Etoiles du jour"
Malas, "La Nuit"
Schindler's List in Jordan
Saudi Arabian Satellite Dish Ban
Insulting Turkish Identity;A Criminal Offense
Journalist Interviewing Militants in Turkey Sentenced to 15 Years In Prison
Actors Arrested in Turkey: They are alleged to have insulted the Army
Banned Songs Played in Turkey Billions of Turkish Lire Levied in Fines
Books Banned in TurkeyWriters and Publishers Imprisoned
Diyarbakir National Education Directorate Cancels the Municipality City Theatre's Play.
Folk Dancing Quashed, Organizers Threatened.
Suppression of Media in U.S. Occupied Iraq
Belarusan Government Confiscates Electronics at Borders
Iranian journalist punished for political cartoon
Belarusan director censored and assaulted for critical film
Egyptian police sieze "blasphemous" books from publisher
Israel's Ministry of Defense censors international art show
Jordanian playwright arrested for critical article
Turkish justice ministry bans award-winning film
Pablo Neruda poem brings charges of terrorist propaganda
Turkish political party threatens movie theaters
Israeli court upholds, "free expression has its limits."
Itimar Ben Gvir, Israeli artist arrested for political photo
Maxime Rodinson's Muhammad removed from American U. in Cairo
In Iraq, CPA, L. Paul Bremmer III, close newspaper, Al Hawza
Turkey, teachers arrested for writing in Kurdish
Turkey, books about Kurdish leader banned and confiscated
Al Mustaqilla, Iraqi newspaper opposed to foreign occupation
Al Arabiya and Al Jazeera, banned in Iraq
"Anaphase," a performance by Israel'sBatsheva Dance Company
Lithuania, Ausra and Varpas
'Abd Al-Wahhab Al-Bayati, Iraqi poet
Belarus, Radio 101.2 FM
Arab Authors Push the Limits of Social and Political Freedom
Elif Shafak and other writers face charges for ﾓInsulting Turkishnessﾔ
Internet censorship in Qatar
Iranian painter cannot publicly exhibit her work
Lebanese television station banned by the U.S. government
Artist censored by the Iranian government for nudity
Qatar censors websites
Egyptian writer, human rights defender and columist Farag Foda shot dead by militants from a fundamentalist group
Saudi Arabian poet Sadiq Melallah beheaded
Algerian writer Tahar Djaout murdered by the Armed Islamic Group
Youssef Sebti, Algerian sociologist, writer and poet assassinated by Islamist activists
Algerian playwright Abdelkader Alloula killed by Islamic extremists
Iranian cartoonist Manouchehr Karimzadeh in prison for illustration
Bangladeshi author and doctor Taslima Nasreen threatened by Islamic fundamentalists
Naguib Mahfouz, winner of the Nobel Prize for Literature, the victim of an attempted assassination by Islamic extremists
Scholar, historian, and author Saiidi Sirjani murdered in Iranian prison
Indian poet Muhammad Alvi excommunicated
Al-Azhar University compiles a list of 196 books to be banned on moral and religious grounds
Kowetiennes writer, Laila al-Othman, convicted of using indecent language and defamatory expressions in novel.
Kowetiennes scholar and writer, Alia Shuaib, convicted of publishing opinions that ridicule religion blasphemy in a book she published in 1993, "Spiders Bemoan a Wound"
Writer Haydar Haydar declared an apostate and sentenced to death by Islamists in Egypt for his book "A Banquet for Seaweed"
In Egypt, writer, Salaheddin Mohsen is sentenced to three years in prison for atheism and blasphemy against Islam
In Egypt, preacher, Manal Manea is sentenced to three years in prison for atheism and blasphemy against Islam
Feminist Book banned in Egypt for "offending religion"
U.S. Soldiers Denied Access to Certain Internet Cites
Sadegh Hedayat's novel, The Blind Owl
Hanoch Levin's "The Patriot"
Two Kurdish journalists sentenced to death in Iran
Rabih Mroue's performance piece banned
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