Cartoon Madness Will Not Go Away
TheÂ Danish government is doing what it can to get rid of the dispute over the controversial Prophet Muhammad drawings. The Danish media did not exactly extinguish the fire. Yet forces in the Muslim world attempt to keep the controversy alive.
Here we go again. If somebody thought that the dispute over the Danish cartoons was finally a closed chapter, think again.
In the Muslim world there are forces who have not forgotten the controversy; and, do not intend to forget it before they are vindicated. In addition, there seems to be talk about grappling with a considerable clout in the Islamic world.
The prophet’s true believers have now hired a top Saudi Arabian lawyer, Faisal Yamani, to nail the Danish newspapers to the cross because they reprinted the Muhammed cartoons in February 2008. Yes, you read right. The controversial reprinting took place a half year ago, and although the Danish media ever sinceÂ has been careful not to fan the flames, the Berlingske Tidende and other newspapers now face an ultimatum: deplore the the publication of the cartoons and promise not to ever again insult the Prophet’s descendants. Â More from Counter JIhad
A New Mecca in Dordrecht
Our Flemish correspondent VH has compiled an exhaustive report on the upcoming installation of aÂ ka’aba in Dordrecht, the birthplace of Calvinism in the Netherlands. VH says, “This scandal arose in June, but the project was postponed. Now it has become clear that the permit has been issued and the project will be unveiled Friday, September 4, 16:00-18:00 hrs. in Dordrecht.”
He includes his own artistic impression of a 4m3 ka’aba on the square next to the Augustinian Church in Dordrecht. What the real “artistic”Â ka’aba will look like is not yet known.
In October 2007 we reported on New Yorks Apple story in the shape of the Kaaba in Mecca, which somehow infuriates devoted soldiers of Allah:
After Gitmo rage, Koran rage, cartoon rage, pope rage and heaven knows which other rages we have now arrived at the latest rage: