Aftermath Of A Murder

Vincent van Gogh's great-grandnephew is shot and stabbed to death in broad daylight on the edge of a city park. Streets fill with tens of thousands of angry protesters. Islamic schools are attacked and mosques vandalized and set ablaze--with a severed pig's head left as a calling card outside one of them. Can all that really be happening in the calm, tolerant, liberal Netherlands? The answer is yes. Minutes after the Nov. 2 slaying of firebrand filmmaker Theo van Gogh, who recently aired a controversial movie on Islam's alleged abuse of women, a Muslim with suspected terrorist ties was arrested for...

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