As I said in another thread:
The islamic response or threats and boycotts just goes to highlight exactly what their cult is all about. Fear, and intimidation.
The cartoons are so offensive because they reflect facets of the truth, and this is what they do not want revealed. Instead of having the courage to face up to the truth about their so-called "prophet," his rape, his terror, his genocide, his pedophilia, and the present day outcomes of following his vile ideology, they try to hide the truth in the dark and "shoot the messenger" who reveals it instead.
Now why would someone so to such great lenghts to do this?
Because they know the man and the facts surrounding him are the basis for the whole pack of lies that the house of cards called islam is based on. If mohamMAD is exposed, the entire house of cards based on his lies and will come down.
Spread the truth, let muslim and non-muslim alike read for themselves the history of mohamMAD.
Freedom of speech is a right and will set them free. They should learn to live with it.
Imposing restrictions on images of mohamMAD is enforcing elements of sharia in the west.
The dhimmis do not understand this angle, but many RoPers do and will marvel at the powers of allah over the unbelievers. This will reinforce and encourage their beliefs. Today it's cartoons of Mo, tomorrow it will be something else.
This is the true revelation of Muhammad
Their Koran is the fantasy revelations of Muhammad. Some say were hallucinated during epileptic fits. In any case they are false because Mo' is false prophet
and the present day outcomes of following his vile ideology, they try to hide the truth in the dark and "shoot the messenger" who reveals it instead.
Jordan makes the leap
Meanwhile, a Jordanian gossip tabloid on defiantly published three of the cartoons that have triggered outrage in the Arab and Muslim world.
"Muslims of the world, be reasonable," said the editor-in-chief of the weekly independent newspaper Al-Shihan in an editorial alongside the cartoons, including the one showing the Muslim religion's founder wearing a bomb-shaped turban.
"What brings more prejudice against Islam, these caricatures or pictures of a hostage-taker slashing the throat of his victim in front of the cameras or a suicide bomber who blows himself up during a wedding ceremony in Amman?" wrote Jihad Momani.
He told the AFP news service he decided to publish the offending cartoons "so people know what they are protesting about... People are attacking drawings that they have not even seen."
Well said. And so very, very true. Excellent post!!
Re your #33:
"...Imposing restrictions on images of mohamMAD is enforcing elements of sharia in the west."
When a significant percentage of the population of any nation becomes Muhummadean, that nation is going to find itself subjected to Sharia Law, without the benefit of any democratic process or "vote".
It will NOT be an option.
One day subjects will suddenly realize that a whole new set of rules has been imposed upon them;
Violate the laws of your government, and you might get a ticket, pay a fine, or perhaps go to jail.
Violate the laws of Sharia and you'll likely get blown up, shot, or have your head sawed off... perhaps along with your entire family.
It won't take long before a PC "Diverse and tolerant" (and / or convieniently disarmed and pacified) population understands what Islam demands all of Humanity to accept:
Submit or die.
The cartoons are so offensive because they reflect facets of the truth, and this is what they do not want revealed.
Kudos to you, Sir!