danish muhammad cartoon to be reprinted

maguire

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#1
http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/world/europe/7242258.stm

extremists were arrested after allegedly planning to kidnap and murder the cartoonist responsible - the artist has responded "Of course I fear for my life when the police intelligence service say that some people have concrete plans to kill me. But I have turned fear into anger and resentment."
 
#3
Two other Danish newspapers are reportedly planning to reprint the cartoons as part of their coverage of the issue.

They say they want to show that they will not be intimidated by fanatics, the Associated Press news agency reports.
If only we had the b@lls to do that in this country.
 
#4
From the News article...

The Danish citizen will be released pending further investigation, while the Tunisians will be held until they are expelled from the country.
If only we had the balls to do THAT in this country!!

Good skills the Danish.

F_G

Also, good work with the apple danish
 
#5
I find it highly ironic that a cartoon depicting Muslims to be a race of violent and fanatical people in a satirical way, has incited Muslims to be violent and fanatical.
 
#6
Whereas I think this is funny I cannot help thinking that he is being more than a little stupid, the whole thing had died down ffs! I cannot wait to see the 'outrage' of muslims the world over, perhaps he is the 'beater' who will flush some extremists into the open!
It is worth reading the article on the BBC website about the fact that in Egypt they are aleady putting fuel into the outrage generators in preparation but think nothing of selling copies of Mien Kampf and anti semitic publications!
 
#7
maguire said:
http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/world/europe/7242258.stm

extremists were arrested after allegedly planning to kidnap and murder the cartoonist responsible - the artist has responded "Of course I fear for my life when the police intelligence service say that some people have concrete plans to kill me. But I have turned fear into anger and resentment."
I'm all for free speech, but having seen the reaction last time, who's going to get killed because of this? Not the cartoonist or Editor, with their round the clock police guards, but some poor bastard aid-worker or Nun like last time.

And in addition:

The Danish citizen will be released pending further investigation, while the Tunisians will be held until they are expelled from the country.
So you catch a bunch of people plotting a murder, and promptly prepare to let two of them go? How does that work?
 
#8
They were planning to kill the bloke (allegedly) !!!!

That doesn't give me the impression that the whole thing had died down.
 
#9
"The cartoons were later reprinted by more than 50 newspapers, triggering a wave of protests in parts of the Muslim world."

Is that bit the BBC being fcuking liars again, or do they genuinely that's the order things happened?
 
#10
When the Tunisians are deported I wonder where they will be going. Surely not to Tunisia.
 
#11
See

www.prophetcartoons.com

and
http://www.zombietime.com/mohammed_image_archive/

"The Mohammed Image Archive is a compendium of images that depict Mohammed (the 7th-century founder of Islam), spanning all historical periods, cultures and genres.

The inspiration for this Archive came from the global controversy over the publication of Mohammed cartoons in the Danish newspaper Jyllands-Posten, and the need for a comprehensive and even-handed look at the wide variety of Mohammed depictions in Islamic and Western societies from the Middle Ages until today. It will remain online as a resource for those interested in freedom of expression."


PoGs
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#12
SparkySteve said:
I find it highly ironic that a cartoon depicting Muslims to be a race of violent and fanatical people in a satirical way, has incited Muslims to be violent and fanatical.
That is practically Zen! 8O
 
#13
POGscribbler said:
See

www.prophetcartoons.com

and
http://www.zombietime.com/mohammed_image_archive/

"The Mohammed Image Archive is a compendium of images that depict Mohammed (the 7th-century founder of Islam), spanning all historical periods, cultures and genres.

The inspiration for this Archive came from the global controversy over the publication of Mohammed cartoons in the Danish newspaper Jyllands-Posten, and the need for a comprehensive and even-handed look at the wide variety of Mohammed depictions in Islamic and Western societies from the Middle Ages until today. It will remain online as a resource for those interested in freedom of expression."


PoGs
www.pocketcomms.co.uk
My personal favourite was: "Stop! We've run out of virgins!" :rofl:
 
#14
#15
I bet the so-called"Danish citizen" is a naturalised islamic from some Mid-East country.

Probably arrived in Denmark claiming asylum,then received handouts courtesy of the Danish taxpayer.

If so,assuming he/she is convicted,I hope his/her citizenship is revoked and deportation takes place.
 

Auld-Yin

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#16
Good old beeb. Have the cojones to mention and describe the cartoon but not to actually publish it. Why on earth did they bother saying the turban looked like a bomb with a fuse and then not show the cartoon.
 
#17
I loved the title of this one, "Danish Mohammed..............", and here,s me thinking her was an Arab, thats really gonna piss on someones fireworks in Mecca or Medina, Danish Mohammed, HArrrHarr, Snik! Fnaaaaaaarrrrr!


Thompson!....Large "Aqua Vite" please,.....thank you
 
#18
Auld-Yin said:
Good old beeb. Have the cojones to mention and describe the cartoon but not to actually publish it. Why on earth did they bother saying the turban looked like a bomb with a fuse and then not show the cartoon.
Its called giving in to terrorism Auld Yin mate... BBC will insult anyone except the muslims.
 

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