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In 2004, Dutch filmmaker and political gadfly Theo van Gogh was shot and killed on an Amsterdam street by Mohammed Bouyeri, a Dutch-born Islamic radical. Van Gogh, the grandnephew of the painter Vincent van Gogh, had made films and written newspaper columns that Bouyeri had deemed insulting to his Muslim faith.

After the murder, the acclaimed Dutch-British journalist Ian Buruma went back to his native Holland to cover the aftermath of the murder. What Buruma discovered was a society that prides itself on its openness and liberalism grappling with Islamic radicals, as well as their treatment of their own Dutch-born Muslim youths.