Islam-critical art exhibition survived despite threats
Two days before the opening, the gallery owner canceled the Passion For Freedom art exhibition in London. She feared "being killed by gentlemen from the Religion of Peace."
The stone feels good in your hand. It is neither too heavy nor too light. You could throw it far.
Most people look confused when they come down the narrow cellar stairs in Union Street, London and at the entrance to the gallery are given a stone.
But they do as they are asked -- take the stone with them -- while sipping white wine and viewing the art on display at the Passion For Freedom exhibition.
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