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LSE apologises to students asked to cover Jesus and Muhammad T-shirts
The London School of Economics (LSE) has apologised to two students who were forced to cover up T-shirts depicting a cartoon of Jesus and the prophet Muhammad.
Christian Moos and Abhishek Phadnis were representing the students' union Atheist, Secularist and Humanist Society (ASH) at the university's freshers fair in October, when they were told that displaying a depiction of Muhammad, prohibited under Islamic law, may constitute harassment of a religious group.
After security staff threatened them with expulsion from the fair, the two students agreed to cover up the T-shirts.
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