Saturday, February 4, 2006


In the news:

EGO is joining Michelle Malkin's list, The Muhammad Cartoons Blogburst. [Via Gus Van Horn.]

Image source: Muhammad Cartoon Gallery at Human Events Online.

Do you think that the "Jyllands-Posten Muhammad cartoons controversy" could lead to a terrorist attack in Denmark?

Gideon Reich of the Armchair Intellectual is taking a look on the current "war on terror" situation. [Via the Secular Foxhole.]

Here is an excerpt from Amy Alkon's post, Bowing To The Barbarians.

Yeah, and my atheistic religion forbids the murder of innocent people, but the other side isn't exactly pulling out the stops for the likes of me. I just love this: fighting terror with...turning tail and scurrying back in our own spider holes.

Here's Mohammed with the bomb/turban on his head. A whole bunch of the cartoons are here (kudos to for making them available). I'm sorry, but should we be offended by the cartoon itself, or because there's so much truth to it? Too little, too late of "moderate" Muslims coming out for the supposed peace their religion is based on, and too many readings from their Koran and followers of their religion advocating violence. There are a few nuts on the Christian "Right" blowing up abortion clinics, but, by and large, there's no other religion than Islam where so many people are advocating the murder of anyone who doesn't think just like them. Fucking primitives. (, 02/04/06.)

You could read my take on religion in my post, THE BATTLE OF IDEAS: REASON VERSUS FAITH.

Personally, I am bit concerned about my blog's high search ranking regarding the World Wide Web HQ of Hamastan, but I have to publish this cartoon:

Image source: Oyster's post, Frankly, We're Afraid of Offending You (Please Circulate) - The Jawa Report.

I haven asking the same question as Andrew Dalton of Witch Doctor Repellent: Just wait till they find out about Cox & Forkum ...

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Related: My post, HATE, FAITH & FORCE.

UPDATE 02/05/06:

In the news: Mob torches Danish embassy in Beirut over cartoons - The Jerusalem Post.

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UPDATE 02/06/06:

In the news: Iranian paper runs Holocaust contest - The Jerusalem Post.

Iran's biggest-selling newspaper has chosen to tackle the West's ideals of "freedom of expression" by launching a competition to find the 12 "best" cartoons about the Holocaust, the Associated French Press reported on Monday. (, 02/06/06.)

UPDATE 02/08/06:

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UPDATE 02/09/06:

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From the article, Sweden dragged into cartoon row:

"We have freedom of the press in our country and everyone has to take responsibility in the context of freedom of the press, and I appreciate very much the responsibility shown by the Swedish media," said Freivalds, following a meeting of the parliamentary foreign affairs committee at Stockholm’s Royal Palace. (, 02/09/06.)

From Michael Moynihan's post, Disgusting. [Via InstaPundit.]

According to Dagens Nyheter, the Swedish security services (Säpo), in collusion with Foreign Minister Leila Freivalds, have forced the website SD-Kuriren offline for publishing the Jyllands-Posten cartoons (SD-Kuriren is the house organ of the hard-right Swedish Democrats). (, 02/10/06.)

[Editor's comment: I am glad that my blog is not hosted in Sweden...]


Did you know that Sweden had censorship laws in place during the WWII? Torgny Segerstedt, chief editor of Göteborgs Handels- och Sjöfarts-Tidning, took a stand against Nazi Germany. Segerstedt wrote an article with the title, Herr Hitler är en förolämpning (translation: "Mr. Hitler is an insult"), on February 3, 1933. ...

Related: Read the report by the Stephen Roth Institute. Check out the result of the election in Sweden. Do you see an ominous trend? (EGO, 10/20/02.)

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UPDATE 02/10/06:

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For more on the Danish cartoon story, check out the "Image of Muhammad" theme at Watch.

UPDATE 02/14/06:

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UPDATE 02/22/06:

In the news: Websites defaced in protest of Prophet Mohammed cartoons.

Thousands of websites were defaced as an act of protest against the published controversial cartoons of Prophet Mohammed, a website keeping track of global website defacements has shown.

According to (, more than 2,000 web servers worldwide were attacked since February 16, 2006, after the Danish newspaper Jyllands-Posten decided to publish the cartoons in September 2005. (, 02/21/06.)


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