Saturday, February 11, 2006

Cartoons Again

In response to the "moderate" Muslim march in London today - here are the cartoons again (and a few other related pictures - click to enlarge).

The Jyllands-Posten Dozen -

The three fakes and the squealing contest photo -

Fox -


BBC (includes a Newsnight-commissioned artist redrawing the cartoons without Mohammed, and News 24 unwittingly showing one of the fakes) -

Flags and embassies burn -

Protesters in Britain and the police response to those photographing them -

The Egyptian paper that published the cartoons last October -


Blogger Lizze said...

So the 12 cartoon is worth demonstarting for by the moderate Muslims ... not the suicide bombs from 7 & 21 July

3:54 pm  
Blogger DFH said...

A picture is worth a thousand lives.

4:12 pm  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

6:19 pm  
Anonymous TAoL said...

The piss-poor turn-out on the pro-censorship march suggests one of two things:

1) That there are only 4-5,000 'moderate' Muslims;

2) The overwhelming majority of Muslims couldn't really give a toss or have 'got over it'.

I presume that most of those present were Muslims, though the Redgraves, Mark Steel, Wedgy Benn and assorted dhimmwits probably bolstered the numbers.

I hope (2) is the reason. We're fucked if it's 1).

7:10 pm  
Anonymous max said...

French, German, and U.K. politicians have already promised to deliver any wayward cartoonists to the proper authorities for beheading. Said English foreign secretary Jack Straw, "We stand with our Islamist brethren on the precipice of an escalation from the current calm discourse to a world in which cartoons are free to offend willy-nilly, resulting in the need for retaliation against infidels on a broad scale. We in the West understand this, and will do our part to maintain the peace."

An excerpt x)

8:00 pm  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

suggest new cartoon, battered image of "mo" with star of david and a cristian cross sticking in his head.

7:29 pm  
Anonymous Chlankboot said...

Please stop acting like kids, both posting the pics and the reactions that followed were stupid and inappropriate.

The pics were against a common social belief of muslims (more than a billion people), imagine a guy naked in the street, whatever are his reasons or the message he wanted to FREELY express by his act, he would hurt the sensitivity of many people doing so. Did you wonder why we do not show porn movies in public places? That's exactly the same story. We're living in a socio-hypocrite world and we have to go with.
Now, the reaction from the other side is also stupid cos, first it gave it huge proportions (for the joy of the newspaper pockets), then, it is not fair, why should one pay for other's acts (i'm talking about the boycott and don't tell me there is no harm).
By supporting one of these 2 camps you are beeing driven for the sake of stupid system where admitting its own mistake is not allowed.
So, please think about it and act as Adults.

7:16 am  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Thank you for sharing.
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