"We're supposed to show tolerance and respect for a religion that doesn't know the meaning of either word"

Pat Condell on the latest Mustard riots.

The jihad is permanent and relentless:

Egypt:

Muslim Brotherhood demands that France take “firm and rapid measures” against magazine that printed Muhammad cartoons

Still more demands for curbs on the freedom of speech.

“The Muslim Brotherhood will have a significant role to play in post-Mubarak Egypt. And that is good thing [sic].” – Reza Aslan

Pakistan:

Stone-throwing Muslim Koranimals try to storm U.S. Embassy

Rage not abating. “Hundreds of Pakistani protesters clash with police over anti-Islam film,” from the Associated Press, September 20

What happened?

Jihad terror films are the real insult, not the Muhammad movie

Something approaching common sense in, of all places, the New York Daily News, which is ordinarily no friend of freedom. “Radical Islamic terror ‘flicks’ insult humanity far more deeply than an idiot film about Muslims by a felonious con man,” by Denis Hamill in the New York Daily News, September 18

Worth killing for?

Islamic supremacists threaten filmmaker Eric Allen Bell for Muhammad movie — even though he had nothing to do with it

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