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Molly Norris drew a cartoon in April to protest against the decision by a US television channel to cancel an episode of the popular show South Park because of a contentious depiction of the Prophet Muhammad.
In her cartoon, Ms Norris satirically proposed May 20 as an Everybody Draw Muhammad Day.
The idea inspired a separate Everybody Draw Muhammad Day group on Facebook which rapidly gained in popularity.
The page contains drawings and cartoons of the Prophet Muhammad and characters from other
Originally posted by Just Wondering
She probably was threatened with her job and her life and/or bodily harm.
Muslims are vicious and unrelenting if someone offends that pedophile muhhamad.
Christians in Baghdad and other areas to "leave the country of Muslims (Iraq) for good and immediately in the form of mass transmigration." It continues: "You can follow Pope Benedict XVI and his followers who have disfigured humanity and Islam," the letter said. "There's no more room for you, infidels, among the Iraqi Muslims. Our swords shall be placed upon your necks and the necks of your followers and other Christians residing in Mosul."
They may find a cartoon offensive, but personally I find murdering Infidels far more horrific.
Originally posted by YouAreDreaming
Personally, we need to question and criticize religion when it poses such oppression towards our freedoms. More so when not believing or questioning warrants death. You know there is something very Godless about that irrational and insane belief.
That God wants you to "kill" the unbeliever... if that was so, God simply would not have created the person in the first place. Total rubbish!
Instead, it's all about power, control and politics... very little to do about God, just another exploitation of the idea of God for some political agenda.
Originally posted by silo13
Yeah well I kind of found the Inquisition pretty disgusting...
Anyway, read Tothetenthpower's reply - Eloquent and spot on that post and I couldn't agree more.
A bid by a Muslim group in South Africa to stop the publication of a cartoon of the Prophet Muhammad has failed.
The drawing by Jonathan Shapiro, known as Zapiro, shows the prophet on a psychiatrist's couch bemoaning his followers' sense of humour failure.
He drew it in response to a Facebook group inviting drawings of the Prophet Muhammad, which prompted Pakistan to ban the website for being "un-Islamic".
Zapiro told the BBC he did not want to be "cowed into submission"bbc