But you know, the original cartoon had a picture of Muhamod with a bomb as a turban, I guess symbolizing their destructive nature. Does anyone else here feel that all these rioting and now this news from Iran has somewhat proved that cartoon correct.?Or, as Mississippi Fred said:
Grow up.Apparently, I'm not the only one who thinks this isn't shocking - see Yaakov Kirschen's Dry Bones strip on the subject. I saw another great strip on the subject by a Canadian comic blogger, but alas, I cannot find it.
EDIT: Israelly Cool has it, but doesn't have the original link... so I'm inserting the strip. If anyone knows whose it is, please let me know.
It's pathetic and despicable that the Muslims are responding to a stupid cartoon with violence and rioting. Notice how the Joint Chiefs of the United States reacted to a poor comic last week: By writing a letter to the Washington Post denouncing the strip and asking for an apology. Now, when people think about that strip, they also think of the fact that the Joint Chiefs all got together (rare) and drafted a letter to complain about it, which tells you just how distasteful the strip was. With the Muslims, you think, "Hey, this comic strip says that Muslims are a religion of violence! And they're protesting it... with violence. Hmmm..."