Monday, February 06, 2006

Muslim Double Standards on "Hate Speech"

An Iranian student holds a slogan during a protest in front of the Austrian embassy against the publication of cartoons depicting the Prophet Mohammed in Tehran. The US urged Muslims angered by newspaper cartoons of the Islamic prophet Mohammed to also condemn frequent anti-Semitic and anti-Christian "hate speech" in the Islamic world.

Like that would happen; it appears that my favorite cartoon of prophet Muhammad was in fact published all the way in September, 2005 - and all these "outraged" protests seem to be an organized anti-Western campaign, smart move on behalf of whoever is behind this "outrage of Muslim world" - especially considering the current geo-political situation.

Oh, and another thing - I don't know if anyone had thought of this yet - but aren't only Muslims bound by Islamic laws (i.e. forbidding depiction of Muhammad), what right do Muslims have to impose Islamic laws on non-Muslims if they view us as infidels anyways?


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