A SYDNEY artist whose anti-burka mural has infuriated left-wing and Islamic activists is vowing that the provocative artwork will stay in place despite death threats, abuse, a string of vandalism attacks, a violent weekend protest and a police request to remove it.
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Note that the artist isn't insulting Islam. He isn't criticizing Islam. He is merely expressing an opinion about a cultural aspect that is associated with Islam. There is no specific mention in the Koran for women to wear a burkah.
This brings me to the expression "setting the cultural agenda". Use this phrase in the sentence, Islam is setting the cultural agenda. Has a nice tone to it doesn't it? Get used to it because as the percentage of Muslims rapidly increases in populations, they will set the cultural agenda.