Here’s an important update to my previous post. Seems as though the artist who proclaimed May 20 as “Everybody Draw Mohammed Day” didn’t mean for this post go viral as it has:
Don’t bother leaving comments at her web site, as they are closed. She was NEVER prepared to be bombarded by those who oppose Islamofascism. Here’s her statement:
I make cartoons about current, cultural events. I made a cartoon of a fictional ’poster’ entitled “Everybody Draw Mohammed Day!” with a nonexistent group’s name — Citizens Against Citizens Against Humor — drawn on the cartoon. It was in specific response to the recent censoring of a South Park episode, a desire to bring home the importance of the first amendment. I did not intend for my cartoon to go viral. I did not intend to be the focus of any ’group’. This particular cartoon has struck a gigantic nerve, something I was totally unprepared for.
Personally I can feel afraid of Muslims because I really have no idea if in their hearts they hate non-Muslims. There are so many interpretations of the religion that I hear told — sometimes it is a very extreme translation (that’s the scary part, the radicals that believe that Westerners should die), then at other times it sounds more peaceful.
I hope for the sake of this country that moderate Muslims will speak out with everyone else against any violent members of that or any other religion. That way I would know that there is a difference. Maybe this cartoon I made, this fictional poster of “Everybody Draw Mohammed Day!” had such a wildfire effect because it is finally time for Muslims and non-Muslims to understand one another more.
I am going back to the drawing table now!
Molly, you really should make yourself familiar with the Unholy Koran, because it plainly spells out what they will do to you if you do not submit to Islam. I’ll just leave it at that. And since you won’t subscribe to even your basic premise, WE WILL! Watch for thousands of us depicting that pedophilic terrorist for what he really is!