Feb 23 2009
A few unflattering cartoons of Muhammad resulted in worldwide riots with 139 people killed by Muslims. Yet no one bothers to point out the hatred and bigotry of the Islamic press published on a daily basis. The comparisons with Nazi Germany are startling.
In September 2005, Danish newspaper Jyllands-Posten published a series of cartoons about Prophet Mohammed. This event lead to violent protests by Muslims worldwide in February 2006. The embassies of Denmark and Norway were torched. 139 people were killed in Nigeria, Libya, Pakistan and Afghanistan. The rioters justified their acts claiming the publication of the cartoons was a grave insult to their religion. Muslim countries called for limitations to the Freedom of the Press in the West to avoid offending their sensitivities.
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