"Please stop what you're doing," Imam Mostafa Chendid, the leader of the Islamic Faith Community, said in an address to young people during Friday's prayer. "The prophet has not taught you to burn down schools, or burn cars or infrastructure."
Again, Muslims are protesting cartoons of Muhammad. Denmark's leading newspaper reprinted one of the 12 cartoons in a show of solidarity as after police reported they had uncovered a plot to kill the cartoonist. And true to form, other than one voice of reason in Denmark, Muslims in Gaza, Pakistan and Denmark are shouting "death to the cartoonist." If it weren't so serious, it would be comical.
The newspapers said they republished the cartoon to show their firm commitment to freedom of speech after the arrest Tuesday of three people accused of plotting to kill the man who drew the cartoon depicting the prophet wearing a turban shaped like a bomb with a lit fuse.
You know, you would think that Muslims would eventually understand that every time they protest these cartoons, thousands of bloggers are going to reprint at least one cartoon if not all of them. Benjamin Franklin reportedly said: "The definition of insanity is doing the same thing over and over and expecting different results." You think maybe someone should inform the Muslims? They probably don't have the mental capacity to comprehend it, anyway.