Saturday, February 04, 2006

Embassies burn in cartoon protest

BBC news:
Syrians have set fire to the Norwegian and Danish embassies in Damascus to protest at the publication of newspaper cartoons of the Prophet Muhammad.
Protesters stormed the Danish site amid chants of "God is great", before moving on to attack the Norwegian mission.
This just confirms the cartoons, and gives more evidence that there is a Mohammedan jihad against the civilized world.

Some people say that we should be tolerant of these Mohammedans, because any criticism risks alienating the moderate moslems who might be friendly to American values. I disagree. Our society depends on being able to publish political cartoons without fear of violence. If there are moderate moslems who agree, then I hope that they will distance themselves from the rioters.

George writes:
What if a newspaper made fun of Jesus? You act like Islam is the only source of violence, but Christianity burned some witches at the stake in the Middle Ages.
These analogies are silly. Making fun of Jesus is far more blasphemous than making fun of Muhammad, because Christians believe that Jesus was God. And yet NBC just aired a TV series called The Book Of Daniel that made fun of Jesus. No one rioted. They just didn't watch it, and the show was cancelled.

This article claims that about 40k European witches were burned between 1400 and 1800. I don't know about that, but no Christians today endorse that. Meanwhile, check out for facts about the Mohammedan Jihad today.

There are also some fake cartoons that the Mohammedans are circulating.

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