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The author dragged publisher Randam House to court after not publishing a book criticizing the Kuran.

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Berlin, Giant Publisher Random House has refused to launch a new book by Germany’s controversial Thilo Sarrazin for fear of provoking Muslim protests. According to ‘Daily Mail’, a dispute arising over Thilo Sarrazin’s new book ‘Hostel Takeover: How Islam Hands Progress and Threatens Society’ will be heard in a Munich court on Monday.




The new book is likely to be available in bookstores by the end of August and the Quran has been criticized. Thilo Sarrazin (73) says that he had signed an agreement with Random House in November 2016. Daily Mail quoted the author as saying, “After a lot of follow-up on the publication date, the publisher said that it will not be able to release the book till the end of May.”

In the statement, Random House termed Thilo Sarrazin’s new book as undeclared and said there is no intention to stop and obstruct his publication. He said, “The authors are free to publish the book with any other publisher.”