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Originally posted by ventian
This whole episode was blown way out of context. Buddha was snorting coke. Jesus was surfing porn. And Muhammed is the one that got all of the attention. They never showed him in a negative light.
This is insane. In a free world, a free country, no one should ever have the right to censor an ENTERTAINMENT PROGRAM. goddamn it, this is a cartoon, you muslims feel offended about that, then don't watch it, simple as that.
I totally agree with this idea, and will be posting ohammed cartoons on my website for May 22nd.
Originally posted by Mikeraphone
I agree we shouldnt encourage drawings designed to piss people off, but the freedom to be able to draw whatever one wants is important.
So having said that I think everyone should draw some nice pictures of a loving Muhammad and his 6 year old wife. Or perhaps draw her as a 9 year old, which is when the consummated the marriage. You know, stick to the facts.
Originally posted by Gentill Abdulla
Let me tell you a little fun fact about Muhammad.
It was Abu Bakr, a friend of Muhammad's as I'm sure you know, BEGGED him to marry his daughter.Then when Muhammad finally gave in he married her, but also kept her in the utmost respect.
But I'm SURE you know that as you want to stick with WHATS IMPORTANT!
Originally posted by lee anoma
Again, why is everyone making a big deal about this obscure website?
Most of its attention came from all of this.
This small groups opinions mean nothing.
Originally posted by Crimson_King
If this is really about freedom of expression to draw ; say without censoring will all these pictures be supported by you? I ask each of you who support freedom and right against censoring
GAZA, Apr. 25, 2010 (Reuters) — Wielding art instead of arms, Hamas issued an animated video on Sunday aimed at pressuring Israel into trading hundreds of jailed Palestinians for Gilad Shalit, a soldier held captive in Gaza for almost four years.
At least one Israeli station said it would not broadcast the Hamas cartoon, which was spurned by Noam Shalit as the latest Hamas bid to wage "psychological warfare."
After hinting that the soldier had been killed in Israel's Gaza offensive, Hamas released a first video of him as a goodwill gesture in October.