Retrieved 285 cases for subject 'Religious'


Houellebecq trial

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THE LARAMIE PROJECT

ANGELS IN AMERICA

Kukrudu Performance

Socrates

Ovid's "Ars Amatoria" (The Art of Love), "Elegies"

"Thaleia"

"The Bible"

"The Talmud"

The "Koran"

"La Divina Commedia"," De Monarchia"

Nuremberg Chronicle

Savonarola's Writings

Licensing to print books in Europe

Martin Luther, "Works", "Address to the German Nobility"

"Civil and Canonical Law"

"Kanal K"

Indonesian tabloid "Monitor" Shut Down by Muslims

Abelard, Pierre "Introductio ad Theologiam" & other works

Michel de Montaigne, "Les Essaies"

Reginald Scott; "A Discovery of Witchcraft"

Index Librorum Prohibitorum

Tahoe Arts Project

Galilei Galileo, "Dialogo sopra i due Massimi Sistemi... "

Rene Descartes; "Les Meditations Methaphysiques"

Moliere; "Le Tartuffe ou l'Imposteur"

Blaise Pascal; "Lettres a un Provincial", "Pensées"

Baron Charles Louis Montesquieu; Works of

Jean-Jacques Rousseau; works of

Diderot; "L'Encyclopedie"

Kant; "Critique of Pure Reason" and other works

Goethe, "The Sorrows of Wertherr," "Faust"

Hawthorne "The Scarlet Letter, a Romance"

"The Satanic Verses"

Annie Sprinkle

Serrano's "Pieta II"

Ila Minson at IL State University

Powers of Desire

Baudelaire, "Les Fleurs du Mal"

Michael Diana Comix

Miguel de Molinos - Author

Canal 13 - Univ. Catolica

Bouzid, "Les Sabots en or"

Carroll, Mary Cate Paintings

Aldous Huxley's Novels

Verdi Opera

Alaa Hamid's "The Void in a Man's Mind"

Alaa Hamid's "The Void in a Man's Mind"

Darwin's theory of evolution in Sudan

Malawi Censorship Board bans 840 books and 100 periodicals

The Golem: Jewish Legend

Ferrari sculptures

Timerman writings

Peter Abelard, Religious Prohibition

Thomas Paine, Religious Prohibition

Roberto Rossellini's film The Miracle

Puritan Theocracy in Colonial America

Vittorio De Sica's "The Bicycle Thief"

Pietro Aretino's book Sonnetti Lussuriosi

Saudi Arabian Satellite Dish Ban

Vittorio De Sica's "The Bicycle Thief"

THE X-GIRLFRIENDS Billboard

Pasolini, Pierpaolo "Rogopag"

Prayer in Oklahoma H.S. Football Games

Mary Beth Edelson, Some Living American Women Artists/Last Supper

Alma Lopez, Our Lady

Jef Bourgeau, Art Until Now

Book, Music, and Videotape Burning at the Harvest Assembly of God Church

Brooklyn Museum

Elaheh Massumi, Trial

Terrence McNally, Corpus Christi

Oscar Panizza, Das Liebeskonzil ("The Council of Love")

Self Portrait of a Martyr by Lucong

Kabbalah/Tarot Series: Archie Rand's dispute with the Brooklyn Union gas Co.

"King of Jews for the King of Beers," Parody Art Defaced

University Censors National Comic Strip

University of Mobile Censors Painting

Artists and the Russian Orthodox Church collide. The Result: Broken Art Beleaguered Constitution.

Books Banned in TurkeyWriters and Publishers Imprisoned

Folk Dancing Quashed, Organizers Threatened.

Artist Refuse to Pays Penance to Polish Govt. for her Religious Work Entitled "Passion"

Suppression of Media in U.S. Occupied Iraq

Barney's Department Store removes Blasphemous Sculpture

Bangladesh police confiscate copies of 'Newsweek'

Fargo Church Prompts Removal of Clown Mural

Australian Education Ministry bans two plays

Withdrawal of “Asperges Me” by Thierry de Gortier from the International Art Exhibition in Greece

Russian museum directors close religious exhibit

Israeli ambassador vandalizes Swedish museum exhibit

Israeli court upholds, "free expression has its limits."

Indian artist, Maqbool Fida Hussain investigated by police

South African writer, Madeleine Van Biljon, loses award

Maxime Rodinson's Muhammad removed from American U. in Cairo

Italy, school bans Muslim head scarves

Danny Yung, Hong Kong artist, censored by German officials

Peter Abelard, French philosopher and theologian

Herbert Achternbusch, Das Gespenst, Germany and Austria

Jose de Acosta, Spanish missionary in South America

Thomas Aikenhead, Scottish priest and freethinker

"Anaphase," a performance by Israel'sBatsheva Dance Company

Sholom Asch, The God of Vengeance

Aleksandr Askoldov, "The Commissar"

Karl Friedrich Bahrdt, German theologian and freethinker

Tissa Balasuriya, Sri Lankan theologian

Pierre Bayle, French writer, philosopher and theologian

The Beatles

Mongo Beti, Cameroonian write, France and Cameroon

John Biddle, English theologian

Francisco Bilbao, Chilean writer

Satirical religious writings of Desiderius Erasmus

Andre Brink's novel Looking on Darkness

Italian philosopher Giordano Bruno

Indonesian theologian Hamzah Fansuri

Rainer Fassbinder's play "The Garbage, the City and Death"

Federico Fellini's film "La Dolce Vita"

Dulac and Artaud's The Seashell and the Clergyman

Leaving the Monkhood for Love song banned

"Behzti" (Dishonor) cancelled in Birmingham, UK

Arab Authors Push the Limits of Social and Political Freedom

Greek Museum Curator Ioakimidis on Trial

Girbaud Ad Banned in France and Italy

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Lloyd Marcus paintings with references to religion removed

A Wrinkle in Time

Borders, Waldenbooks won't carry magazine containing Muhammed cartoons

M.F. Husain faces possible censorship

Maine gallery refuses to allow certain song lyrics to accompany artist's paintings

Asia House Gallery cancel Husain exhibition after Hindu groups threatens protest and vandalism incident

Controversy about teaching evolution and creationism in Public Schools

Tennessee parents opposed to the use of Holt,Rinehart and Winston reading series

Statute destroyed in Egypt in response to a fatwa

Internet censorship in Qatar

Whitechapel Gallery Censors Hans Bellmer

Marlowe's Koran- burning hero Tamburlaine the Great is censored to avoid Muslim anger

Borat Banned in Russia and Elsewhere

Painting cut from art exhibit because of its non-traditional representation of a religious figure

Lebanese television station banned by the U.S. government

Critics of abstinence-only education banned from speaking at a national conference on the prevention of sexually transmited diseases.

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

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

Indian poet Muhammad Alvi excommunicated

Al-Azhar University compiles a list of 196 books to be banned on moral and religious grounds

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

Mural censored at Kennedy International Airport for nudity

In a lawsuit ruling Shelton Brothers Brewers wins censorship case over a label featuring Santa's fully-clothed derriere perched atop a barrel of beer

Simon & Schuster says no to a picture-book containing an image of a child dressed as a witch for Halloween, author/illustrator Ken Robbins finds new publishing house.

National Roman Catholic group protests Napa Art Exhibit

Many find Chicago-based artist's depiction of the "Last Supper" to be religiously offensive

Detroit museum director shuts down highly anticipated modern art exhibit due to potentially offensive artwork

Six prints by convicted murderer Jack Kevorkian removed from a gallery but the building's owner for provocative subject matter

A replica of Michelangelo’s “David” placed by Florida store owners outside their business are pressured into wrapping a cloth around the Biblical figure’s waist

Painting of nude woman on a cross is banned from a Honolulu art exhibit; ACLU sues the city claiming the artist was unfairly censored

"No es seri este cementerio" Los Gru

"No es serio este cementerio" Los Gru

Jean Calvin: French theologian and religious reformer who censored and was censored

English pamphlet "The Confessional Unmasked" leads to Hicklin Rule

Charles Darwin's self-censorship and other censors

Censorship of Women's Art in Poland

Federico Fellini's film "La Dolce Vita" censored by Catholic Church

Feminist Book banned in Egypt for "offending religion"

Nikolai Gogol's masterpiece "Mertvye Dushi: Poema" ("Dead Souls") Censored

Painter targeted over religious-bias

Singapore film festival cuts two films over sex and religion

Avdey Ter-Oganyan punished for desecrating religious icons

"Forbidden Art" exhibit of previously barred artwork In Russia under investigation

Sadegh Hedayat's novel, The Blind Owl

Italy's first gay art exhibit cancelled

Political Satire in 19th century England

Attempts to punish questioning of Islam in Egypt

Swedish gallery pulls drawing of Mohammed as a dog

Hanoch Levin's "The Patriot"

Lowe-Porter's translations of Thomas Mann

French film commision bans Chris Marker's controversial film on Cuba under the regime of Fidel Castro

French historian, Jules Michelet, censored by the Roman Church

Joseph Stalin orders the murder of famed Yiddish actor and director, Solomon Mikhoels

"Midsummer Dance"

Joshua Camozzi Milligan: "Sweet Jesus& A Reaction to a Stolen Water Bottle"

City Council cancels artist's exhibition over controversial Muslim artwork

Hague Museum Pulls Art by Sooreh Hera as Offensive to Muslims

Pilsen Gallery covers Amir Normandi's photo "True You" of nude Muslim woman

Terence Koh's "Gone, Yet Still" exhibit comprising of inconic figurines with erections causes lawsuit at the Baltic Centre for Contemporary Art.

Harper College removed Amir Normandi photography after Muslim students protested

The life of Jesus by Gerhard Haderer censored by Greece

The life of Jesus by Gerhard Haderer censored by Greece

The life of Jesus by Gerhard Haderer censored by Greece

Mimis Androulakis's book "Mi Sto Ni" banned by Greek courts.

Federico Solmi charged with obscenity in Italy due to the showing of his video "The Evil Empire"

Senegalese singer boycotted, threatened by religious groups after album release

profanation

South Park Episode 201

Monty Python's Life of Brian

The Last Temptation of Christ

Fuji Minx Video Gets Banned from YouTube

Two Men Found Guilty in Russia Over Art That the State Deemed to Incite Hatred

A Fire in My Belly

Rancho Shock

Married Couple in a Church Group Slanders and Forces Sculptural Illustrator to Remove Non-Pornographic Nudes, Books & Websites from the Internet

Trinity Preparatory School "The Bird Cage"

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