Taslima Nasrin left India in March 2008 because of death threats from Muslim groups. She went back a few days ago:
Taslima landed at the Chikalthana Airport in a flight from Mumbai. Police stopped the author from stepping out of the airport, where a crowd had gathered chanting “Taslima Go Back” slogans.
The author was advised to abandon her visit to the city and she agreed to go back, the police officer said.
This is a dire, implicit warning to all Indians:
The protest at the airport was led by Imtiyaz Jaleel, a leader of All India Majlis-e-Ittehadul Muslimeen leader in Aurangabad.
Jaleel said her writings have “hurt” the religious sentiments of Muslims across the world. “We will not allow her to step on the soil of our city,” he said.
"Our city"? Since when did Mumbai become a Muslim city?
And, of course, hurting the feelings of Muslims is a valid enough reason for them to ban you from "their" cities. It's going to be a rude awakening for Muslims all over the globe when infidels start playing by the same rules.