Monday, 30 January 2006
Over at the BBC this morning, is yet another story about the ongoing saga of the Muhammad cartoons first published by a Danish Newspaper, the Jyllands-Posten just to see what would happen, in other words, they asked themselves, "would Muslims lose it?" Well, true to form, they have lost it, or perhaps never had it to start with. Just like the infamous Koran flushing episode of last year, once again we are confronted Muslim inability to comprehend rationality as it exists in the Western world. Violent rejection by Muslims of anything remotely approaching the truth about Islam is the rule of the day, and the western world is making an aggregious error is allowing them to get away with it.
Where are our American newspapers? Is there not a one with any courage at all? Are we going to stand by and watch while little Denmark takes the stand we should all be taking? Shouldn't all newspapers world-wide publish these cartoons in solidarity with Jyllands-Posten and in support of the principle of free speech?
Here is one of the offending cartoons showing the cartoonist with blinds drawn and beads of sweat coming off his brow by Arne Sorenson.
Posted on 01/30/2006 6:30 AM by Rebecca Bynum
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