A collection of images that continually enrage Muslims which is quickly followed by protests and violence, proving that Islam is intolerant, and far from a religion of peace. (New items added 2/25/2012)
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The Mohammed Cartoons, first published in the Danish newspaper Jyllands-Posten on September 30, 2005.
Kurt Westergaard Interview: Why I drew the Muhammad cartoon
Timeline of the Jyllands-Posten Muhammad cartoons controversy and resulting violence here. Float in German parade satirizing the attempted assassination of Kurt Westergaard, below.
From Sweden’s Lars Vilks, the Muhammad dogs:
From France’s Charlie Hebdo:
In late 2011, Charlie Hebdo dedicated an issue to Mohamet, and in response, the Religion of Peace firebombed his office.
Hebdo responded to the firebombing by running a gay Muslim on the cover of the next day’s issue.
This image was printed in a Catholic magazine in Italy and caused the publishers to apologize. Full story here.
Dante: “There, split in half from head to cheeks, isn’t that Mohammed?”
Virgil (balloon 1): “Yes, he is divided, because he sowed divisions in society.”
Virgil (balloon 2): “And that one there with his pants down, that’s Italian policy towards Islam.”
A couple of Mohammad cartoon parodies (videos) here.
Gregorius Nekschot (a pseudonym. Nekschot means deathblow, litt: “shot in the back of the neck”)