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if one fifth of the world’s population is offended by the cartoon caricatures of the Messenger Muhammad (saw), this is seen to be quite alright! Rather than punish the perpetrators of this sick joke, the Muslims who peacefully demonstrated against the cartoons were arrested and punished, what was their crime? Answer. Incitement to racial hatred (i.e. insulting the Danes)!
the BritishOppression website gives you the option of going to the Muslim Captives website which lists a number of individuals who have been arrested and convicted in recent months on various charges including incitement to murder. Some of those listed were convicted for their role in the now infamous cartoon demonstration in London on February 3, 2006.
some Muslim bloggers have done some sleuthing and believe it is being organised by the remnants of the banned al-Ghurabaa and Saviour Sect outfits, which were themselves formed following the disbanding of al-Muhajiroun formerly lead by Omar Bakri, now living in Lebanon.
I did a search on Google for “British Oppression” and found that a cached version of the website for the demonstration mentioned that it was the website of Omar Bakri Mohammad. So it is clear to me from this and the content of the advert for the demo, that it is being organised by his followers - they are known by the names Al-Muhajiroun, Al-Ghurabaa, the Saved Sect and the Ahlus Sunnah wal Jamaah.
They were behind the demonstration outside the Danish embassy where their activists held placards stating “Massacre those who insult Islam” and “7/7 on its way”.
A popular comic strip that poked fun at the Rev. Jerry Falwell without incident one week ago was deemed too controversial to run over the weekend because this time it took a humorous swipe at Muslim fundamentalists.
The Washington Post and several other newspapers around the country did not run Sunday's installment of Berkeley Breathed's "Opus," in which the spiritual fad-seeking character Lola Granola appears in a headscarf and explains to her boyfriend, Steve, why she wants to become a radical Islamist.
In a new documentary film, the violent protests in the Middle East over the infamous Mohammed cartoons in 2005 are proven to have been instigated by Islamic leaders who never actually saw the drawings themselves.
The film suggests the crisis began full-force when the man many consider to be Islam’s most powerful figure, Sheik Yussuf Al-Qaradawi, declared 3 February 2006 as ‘Anger Day’ on his TV programme. A wave of violent protests across the globe unleashing followed in the wake of that transmission.
In the documentary, Kjær shows the Mohammed drawings to Al-Qaradawi, who views them for the first time. Kjær also shows the cartoons to Ali Bakhsi, the Iranian who spearheaded demonstrations in Tehran that led to the burning of the Danish embassy there. Bakhsi laughingly says the drawings look nothing like Mohammed but rather like an Indian Sikh.