Photograph used above for cartoon purposes by this website is by REUTERS, Muslims demonstrating in Israel, February 4, 2006
“EMBASSIES TORCHED AS CARTOON FUROR GROWS”
— Note that there were cartoons drawn and that embassies are burned “in response.”
— Note as proven time and time again that the response to giving way to demands of terrorists results in more terrorism.
— Note that Christians are “on edge” while Muslims are rioting, pillaging, destroying embassies and continue to pillage, rape and blow things up as they have for some time now.
— Note that the reason these Danes now fear for their lives is because they drew cartoons.
Here is one of the drawn images that has created the most upset among terrorists (an oxymoronic expression, I realize); I think it’s most upsetting because it’s most accurate as this concept of ‘Islam’ is exemplified throughout our world, including self destruction along with destroying anyone else having the misfortune of being in a four thousand mile radius proximity. HUMAN EVENTS ONLINE hosts the range of Danish cartoons that are deemed worthy by muslims of rioting and pillaging and destroying embassies if not everyone else.
As mentioned in an earlier thread (” …THE LOWER REALMS OF HELL“), Mohammad is judged by God to be one of “the sowers of discord” and condemned to spend eternity in the Inferno (Hades, Hell, The Pits) and I’m thinking Dante had his reasons to so depict the man (“Mohammed” among the Sowers of Discord, by Gustave Dore, illustration of “Circle 8, Subcircle 7-10, Dante Alighieri‘s THE DIVINE COMEDY [‘DIVINA COMMEDIA”]). Mohammed is depicted here and elsewhere in literture as being perpetually rented (ripped) apart with his entrails perpetually falling out, the doomed fate of those who “sow discord.”
From reading the internet recently, I see that Dante’s DIVINE COMEDY is again popular as reference but I wish that more people would read it aside from these concerns about the cartoons from Denmark and the terrorism in response to those (and otherwise) from and by some muslims. Dante’s work is sublime and quite inspired by God. The University of Texas at Austin offers text document downloads for those who don’t have printed copies of Dante’s THE DIVINE COMEDY.
From the University of Texas at Austin by Gustave Dore, “Mohammed, Sowers of Discord“