Why I Published the Muhammad Cartoons Spiegel Online
European political correctness allows Muslims to resist integration, argues the culture editor of Jyllands-Posten. Instead, Muslims should be treated just like all Europeans -- including being subject to satire. He argues that publishing the caricatures was an act of "inclusion, not exclusion.
Muhammad Cartoons Get Harper's Pulled from Canadian Bookstores
The Book Standard
Copies of the June issue of Harper’s Magazine have been removed from 260 Canadian bookstores because of a ten-page article by Art Spiegelman about the Danish cartoons depicting the prophet Muhammad.
Jordan court sentences two journalists for reprinting prophet cartoons CNews
AMMAN, Jordan (AP) - A Jordanian court on Tuesday sentenced the editors of two weekly newspapers to two months in jail for harming religious feelings by reprinting offensive caricatures of Islam's Prophet Muhammad.
'News-driven' Cartoons Cause Provocation in Denmark
Following the Danish newspaper Jyllands-Posten, another daily, the Politiken, also published the insulting cartoons of the Prophet Mohammed for “news purposes.”
For those you who can't see what we in the West are up against, it is time to stop drinking the bong water - or at the very least -- put down the bong.