Back in April, Seattle cartoonist Molly NorrisÂ proposed and then withdrew the idea of an “Everybody Draw Mohammed Day”. As Norris said at the time: “I said that I wanted to counter fear and then I got afraid.” She’s since become a lot more afraid, as theÂ Seattle Weekly reports:
You may have noticed that Molly Norris’ comic is not in the paper this week. That’s becauseÂ there is no more Molly.
Excellent advice: hide in your own country. Kind of reminds you of our government’sÂ conceptionÂ of border security:
Tim Blair has more:Â FEAR ITSELF
Not all Muslims are at war with Spain:
As long as Westerners keep bowing to violent intimidation, Islamic supremacists will keep engaging in it. “Nightclub forced to change its name from Mecca after threats from Muslim extremists,” by Tom Worden in the Daily Mail, September 16 (thanks to JW)
‘Calling a place for dancing and drinking by that name shows disregard to the feelings of Muslims.’…
And of course Muslims are always so sensitive to the feelings of non-Muslims. Just look at Feisal Abdul Rauf.
Gratuitous stupidity from TIME:
An obscure church in Florida won global attention when it declared its intent to mark the ninth anniversary of the 9/11 terrorist attacks by burning copies of the Koran. It has now backed down, but not before inflaming airwaves the world over. TIME takes a look at groups and people who went to extreme lengths to get their often incendiary, occasionally crazy points across
TIME Â does another hit job on Molly Norris: she deserved it, because she didn’t learn the lesson from Kurt Westergaard, who is still in hiding after drawing Muhammad cartoons…… Everybody Draw Muhammad Day