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100's of Muslims protest Muhammad cartoons in London…But how many protest terror?

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posted on Feb, 24 2006 @ 02:12 PM
This is how one stands up for their rights and beliefs:

A Rally For Freedom

Nobody was killed, nothing was burned, and not even one fatwa was issued...

posted on Feb, 24 2006 @ 02:45 PM
Great. That's how Muslims should look at the situation- not as outsiders, but as Danes. It's an issue in THEIR country (as that of other non-muslim Danes). I wish more people were like this instead of resorting to Fatwas.

posted on Feb, 24 2006 @ 04:19 PM

Originally posted by skippytjc
This is how one stands up for their rights and beliefs:

Yep. Unfortunately, I see mostly white, non-Muslim, Washingtonians in those photos. Too bad our dhimmi government can't get a clue

posted on Mar, 15 2006 @ 12:06 PM
Five men have been arrested in connection with the protests and are being charged with incitement to murder and stirring up racial hatred.

Five arrested over London cartoons protest

The Metropolitan Police said today: "A number of specialist evidence gathering officers were deployed who collected video, audio and stills of those within the crowd. A dedicated investigation team, Operation Laverda, was set up that day.

"After carefully reviewing all of the evidence and witness complaints a file was passed to the Crown Prosecution. Their advice was returned to us on 7/03/06."

Four of the men arrested today were held in London and one in the West Midlands. The four men in London have been taken to a Central London police station while the fifth is being questioned at a police station in the West Midlands.

At least the British hate speech laws are not one sided, which I thought they may have been since there were no arrests up 'till now.

[edit on 15-3-2006 by AceOfBase]

posted on Mar, 15 2006 @ 12:38 PM
I saw that too Ace, this gives me hope that our governments havent totally fallen into Dhimmitude...

I winder when there will be protests over the arrest of these 5? It must be racism after all...

posted on Mar, 17 2006 @ 09:57 AM
Yeah!! Good news

Some anti-Dhimmitude:

Danish paper faces no charges over Muhammad cartoons
By Times Online and agencies

Denmark’s chief prosecutor says that he will not press charges against the newspaper that first published the Prophet Muhammad cartoons that angered Muslims worldwide.

The Foreign Ministry warned that the decision could cause "negative reactions" against Danes, and warned citizens to be cautious when traveling in Muslim countries.

Henning Fode, the Director of Public Prosecutions, upheld the decision of a regional prosecutor who ruled that the drawings published in Jyllands-Posten on September 30 did not violate Danish law. Mr Fode’s decision cannot be appealed.

posted on Mar, 27 2006 @ 08:19 AM
I like this guy:

posted on Jan, 6 2007 @ 08:06 PM
First off many things are offensive, some to a few, others to many. Laughing is a way of life. And learning when to pick your battles is vital.
However if they have enough time to worry about cartoons I guess there can't be much else ticking them off.

Yes I'm american, I'm arogant, I have no idea what it is like to be the minority, to be mocked or mimiced, and belittled. Oh wait I do. I have recently moved to hawaii in a area of the big island that is not eactly, caucassin friendly. I have learned to humlbe myself in many ways since my arrival. There are local weekly pubications that talk about "hoalies" (a term much like crakers or white boy). There are places i (white people) don't swim, dine, venture do to this hatred. Police forces are nearly 100% hawaiian, many complain about unfair treatment. However, I'm not writing my congressmen about my insecurity in america being an american. I have come to learn that this is a beautful place with amazing people. Some of which are miss guided. Or are they. Either way if the don't harm myself or others that say say, write or draw anything the can concieve.

I guess my point is that we all have issues yet some of us think the world is out to get us. My way, just chill out and let them have their jokes, sayings, diss' and so on. We all have our own thoughts and unless its an act that can pysically hurt one or many who cares. If the offense is great enought that the editor think a large chuk of their readers will take offense don't print it. Beyond that way to much fuss is being put into this.

posted on Apr, 7 2007 @ 12:42 AM

Originally posted by Pyros
Could you imagine what this world would be like today if say....the Roman Catholics....reacted in the same manner every time their religion, God, Saviour and pope was mocked, questioned

yeah, it would be like the middle ages lol.

posted on Apr, 7 2007 @ 07:50 PM
100's of Muslims have protested against terrorism and they protest and take part in numerous accords that levy against the acts of those particular persons around the world which they find abhorant; good or bad. Regardless, what does it matter? When American foreign policy has ignited some of the most violent insurgencies in the world, should they be more concerned over the reactionaries, or the U.S?


posted on Apr, 13 2008 @ 03:27 PM
A Michigan State Professor Challenges Muslims
The story begins at Michigan State University
with a mechanical engineering professor named
Indrek Wichman.

Wichman sent an e-mail to the Muslim Student's Association.
The e-mail was in response to the students' protest
of the Danish cartoons
that portrayed the Prophet Muhammad as a terrorist.
The group had complained the cartoons were
"hate speech."
Enter Professor Wichman.
In his e-mail, he said the following:
Dear Moslem Association,
As a professor of Mechanical Engineering here at MSU
I intend to protest your protest.
I am offended not by cartoons,
but by more mundane things like beheadings of civ ilians,
cowardly attacks on public buildings, suicide murders,
murders of Catholic priests
(the latest in Turkey),
burnings of Christian churches,
the continued persecution of Coptic Christians in Egypt,
the imposition of Sharia law on non-Muslims,
the rapes of Scandinavian girls and women
(called "whores" in your culture),
the murder of film directors in Holland,
and the rioting and looting in Paris France.
This is what offends me,
a soft-spoken person and academic,
and many, many of my colleagues.
I counsel you dissatisfied, aggressive, brutal,
and uncivilized slave-trading Moslems
to be very aware of this as you proceed
with your infantile "protests."
If you do not like the values of the West
- see the 1st Amendment -
you are free to leave.
I hope for God's sake
that most of you choose that option
Please return to your ancestral homelands
and build them up yourselves instead of troubling Americans.
Cordia lly,
I. S. Wichman
Professor of Mechanical Engineering
As you can imagine,
the Muslim group at the university didn't like this too well.
They're demanding that Wichman be reprimanded
and the university impose mandatory diversity training for faculty
and mandate a seminar on hate and discrimination for all freshmen.
Now the local chapter of CAIR has jumped into the fray.
CAIR, the Council on American-Islamic Relations,
apparently doesn't believe that the good professor
had the right to express his opinion.
For its part,
the university is standing its ground
in support of Professor Wichman,
saying the e-mail was private,
and they don't intend to publicly condemn his remarks.
Send this to your friends, and ask them to do the same.
Tell them to keep passing it around until the whole country gets it.

This Political Correctness crap is getting old and killing us.

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