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Moderate muslim blogs steps in

The fine blog Agantyr has brought this from an egyptian blog of a moderate muslim who with the headline says it all: A message to those who demand a Denmark boycott STOP BEING RETARDED!

One of the central passages in his posting (read it in its entirety here)
is the following that shows just the kind of tollerant and selfconfident mindset I would hope more muslims would develop.

3) The Prophet doesn't need your defense: If you truly believe that the Mohamed is god's prophet and that god exhalted him beyond all other prophets, then do you really think anything that anyone will say about him will make an ounce of difference? Will the sun rise from the west because someone said it does, or will it rise from the east regardless? Do you get my point here? Do you understand that cartoons depicting the prophet will not hurt him in any way, not will they harm his image? What is it you are afraid of? Someone looking at the cartoon depicting him and going "Ohh, that Mohamed fella really doesn't look pleasant. He must suck as a person if a cartoon shows him with bombs on his head. There is no way I will convert to Islam now, and from this day forward I will fully support the bombing of its followers."? What, cause cartoons hold so much power over people? Or are you afraid that muslims will look at those cartoons and go "Gee, our prophet doesn't look good here. I am done with Islam. I am going to turn Hindu and worship a cow instead"? Or is it his reputation that you are afraid will get tarnished because oif that cartoon? That somehow, someone will make an uneducated and totally ignorant judgment on the prophet and the religion because of 12 cartoons in a newspaper? Well, if that's the case, answer this question for me: What is more likely to tarnish the reputation of Islam: 12 cartoons in a newspaper, or calls for punishment and death threats to the people who penned those cartoons? Which damages our reputation more? Are you getting the point or do I need to draw it out for you?


and here are some more pictures brought by a Jordanian blogger of your prophet Mohammed from 15th century Persia and from 14th century Mamelucs, pictures that clearly put into question if the claims by the Danish imams that making drawings of your prophet should be forbidden in islam. If that was the case, how did the artists back then get away with it?
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skrevet af: Blogger P-BS-Watcher
3:23 AM

Thank you for posting on this topic. I have reposted the original 12 cartoons on my blog along with the Brussels Journal report thread. I urge all bloggers who value free speech to do the same. Use the internet to stop theocracy from muzzling free speech. See Farenheit 451 Alert    




skrevet af: Blogger Sabri Hakim
1:27 PM

thank your for this post    



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