Crossing a religious line is one sure way to get a magazine censored. In November 2008, the Moroccan government banned the French magazine L'Express from newsstands for insulting Islam. The magazine's headline read, "The Shock: Christ-Mohamed, their career, their message, their vision of the world" and featured portraits of Jesus and Islam's prophet, but L'Express obscured Muhammad's face with a veil out of respect for Islamic law. (Muhammad's face is left uncovered on the French edition.) Moroccan Information Minister Khalid Naciri told the Associated Press that he would not hesitate to censor a magazine "every time the media offends religion."