Be Disclaimed

"It is no good to try to stop knowledge from going forward. Ignorance is never better than knowledge."
Enrico Fermi

February 12, 2006


Congratulations to Steve Fossett!

Hmm....well as you might have heard there was a rally in London

However, Dr Azam Tamimi made his feelings known when he told Sky News that,

"The publication of these cartoons will cause the world to tremble. Fire will be throughout the world if they don't stop."

Is that a threat Dr Tamimi? Incitement to violence perhaps?

But enough of those 12 isn't important. Or perhaps it is in a roundabout way. Perhaps it is about
hate. Is this the kind of thing that should be going on in this day and age?

Let me know your considered thoughts, and what can be done about it.

Comment by Haloscan:



Blogger puremood said to The MuppetLord...

Ya know, I must admist I'm totally lost about all the cartoon hype... but I am glad I am, I think. Haters need to find something better to do, I know that...

February 13, 2006 1:02 am  
Blogger MuppetLord said to The MuppetLord...

The thing is, the imams appear to have been stirring it....saying that the Danes were burning the Koran etc.

At the very least they could be jailed in Denmark. At worst they could be executed by any Muslim court...seeing as they may have deliberately insulted Mohammed with the 2 extra images.

The interesting thing, is that the point of the ban on depicted Mohammed is so as to not turn him into an idol, which is bad......I think they already see him as an idol right? So they have already broken the rules.

Who cares if 'unbelievers' made an image of Mohammed..we are supposed to be going to hell anyway.

February 14, 2006 10:37 am  
Blogger Juggling Mother said to The MuppetLord...

That's the bit that baffles me (well, worries me really). The belief that all cultures & countries should comply with your own laws, mores & beliefs.

The US is just as guilty of that thinking, but the Muslim countries have given us some fairly obvious practical examples of the implictions recently.

February 14, 2006 9:20 pm  

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