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See How NY Times Handled Two Very Different Pieces of Religion-Themed Art: 'Worst Kind of Hypocrite


"...this picture should be suppressed."

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Earlier this year, the New York Times joined other media outlets in proclaiming it wouldn’t print cartoons of Islam’s Prophet Muhammad as it deemed such art “intentionally provocative.” On Monday, the news outlet published a photo of a portrait of Pope Benedict XVI made out of 17,000 condoms.

The decision to show the latter and not the former quickly sparked angry comments and accusations of hypocrisy from readers online.

Here are some of the reactions, some of which were first flagged by Twitchy:


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