Get Ready for More Muslim Riots?

You remember this cartoon…:

westergaard

1,000 signed prints of that famous Kurt Westergaard image are now on sale courtesy of the Danish Free Press Society:

One thousand prints of the cartoon, featuring the prophet wearing a turban with a lit fuse stuck in it, are up for sale for US$250 (S$379) on the group’s website.

Each print is numbered and signed by the cartoonist Kurt Westergaard.

‘Now you can own an exclusive print of the most famous picture of our time,’ the site said.

Westergaard, 73, is one of 12 cartoonists whose drawings of the Muslim prophet were first published in Danish newspaper Jyllands-Posten in September 2005, sparking controversy among Muslims worldwide.

He has since been the subject of threats, forcing him to live in hiding.

If you’d like to purchase the image, the link is here.

Does anyone know whatever happened to the original drawing?

I wonder if there will be backlash from Muslim extremists this time around…

(via The Freethinker)

  • EndUnknown

    If the backlash was just words, i’d welcome it. I need a lol. sadly though, someone will probably decide this is such a heinous crime that they have to kill a bunch of innocents.

  • Grandt

    I just wish more of the Muslims who actually don’t like this violent minority of self-proclaimed Muslims would speak out and ask the radicals to just STFU for a change.

    I’ve known Muslims who actually didn’t see much of a problem, if any, with the cartoons, and who understood the Israeli position against for instance Hamas, and was pro-Israel on that.
    They are also firmly against the politicisation of Islam, sadly their group are not the loudest, nor the most politically active, so they are simply drowned out by the voices of the radicals.

  • Directmale

    Until the “mainstream” Muslims in the US and around the world start criticizing the riots they will continue. Keeping one’s mouth shut while people are murdered is not a refutation of the terrorists.


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