Muslim protesters damage a graphic novel exhibit at a German university

An exhibit about trends in graphic novels at the German university of of Duisburg-Essen was damaged by angry Muslim students protesting the word "Allah" being located too closely to an unrelated display of graphic art depicting violence. The university defended its right to free speech and claims the exhibit had nothing in it that could be considered inflammatory to incite such an aggressive and violent reaction. The school is considering legal sanctions against the students involved.