Monday, February 06, 2006


CNN has been accompanying every story about the Danish cartoon jihad with this boilerplate message:

  • CNN has chosen to not show the cartoons out of respect for Islam

But they apparently have no such "respect" for Christianity; they didn't hesitate for a second to show this image of the virgin Mary made out of elephant dung and pictures of female genitalia: New York, Brooklyn museum settle funding dispute

What they are scared to admit is they won't show the Mohammed cartoons because -

  • CNN has chosen to not show the cartoons out of fear of Islam

Religion of Peace Images -

Muslims in Turky respond to the Danish cartoons with open expressions of Jew-hatred

Cartoons -

The Arab European League has found a 'good' way to respond to the Danish cartoons of Mohammed-publish sick anti-Jewish cartoons on their web site -

The sickness of it is even beyond jeolousy or obsession - it's depraved.

Jerusalem Post writes about this phenomenom

  • Non-Jews slander non-Jewish prophets and then come to hang the Jews, one could say of the latest, ugly twist in the Danish cartoon controversy, paraphrasing one of Menachem Begin's most famous lines.

    A Belgian-Dutch Islamic political organization, the Arab European League, posted anti-Jewish cartoons on its Web site on Saturday in response to the cartoons of the prophet Mohammed that appeared in Danish papers last year and offended many Muslims, unleashing violent demonstrations around the Islamic world.

    One of the AEL cartoons reportedly displayed an image of Anne Frank in bed with Hitler, and another questioned whether the Holocaust actually occurred.
    Dyab Abou Jahjah, the party's founder and best-known figure, defended the action on the Dutch television program Nova Saturday.

    "Europe has its sacred cows, even if they're not religious sacred cows," he told the program.......................

    One ministry official said that the "cartoon wars" were not Israel's battle, and that it did not want to get dragged into it. If Israel would react to the whole controversy, the official said, the Islamic world would eventually blame Israel for being behind the whole incident.

    The Anti-Defamation League, however, did not feel the same restraints.
    In a statement released on Friday, the ADL said the fact that despicable anti-Jewish caricatures appear daily in newspapers across the Arab and Muslim world has been overlooked in the whole controversy.

    "While invoking the supposed 'freedom of the press' in their countries, Arab and Muslim leaders have refused to take any action to stem the drumbeat of anti-Semitism in widely circulated newspapers, many state-sponsored," the statement read. The statement said that the leaders of Egypt and Saudi Arabia have "virtually ignored" appeals from the United States and Jewish organizations to put an end to incitement in their media.

    "One would hope that leaders of the Arab and Muslims would turn all of the anger being aimed at the European press into a larger lesson for their own people about the power of images," the statement read.

    The statement said that the ADL was opposed to religious, racial and ethnic stereotyping in the media," and found "some of the cartoons in Jyllands-Posten troubling, particularly the direct linkage of Mohammed and violence."

    At the same time, statement said the ADL was "gravely concerned" by the extreme violent reaction these cartoons have generated."


The "outrage" over depicting Muhammad yet here are images of Muhammad throughout history in the East.
Hat Tip Freedomforegyptians

Mohammed Image Archive


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