Over 130,000 Muslims have demanded that Wikipedia take down depictions of Muhammed.
In yet another attempt to make non-Muslims follow the rules of Islam, thousands of self-righteous Islamists have signed a petition pressuring Wikipedia to remove depictions of Muhammed. I would post those pictures here but I don’t want to risk getting sent to the hospital. Are you proud of yourselves, now?
A message to Islamists: If you do not want to see depictions Muhammed, then don’t look at the pictures. If you do not want these pictures placed publicly, then do not put them up yourself and try to make a public case for not putting up the pictures. And if people do not listen, tough luck. You may view Muhammed and Islam as holy, but that doesn’t mean that everyone else does. And trying to bully the rest of the world into revering your sacred items is only going to create contempt, not reverence.
Hat Tip: Mark W
Note: I have replaced the word Islamofascist with Islamist. Islamism appears to be the most appropriate term here, as it refers to the Islamic revivalist movement that is often characterized by moral conservatism, literalism, and the attempt to impliment Islamic values in all spheres of life. (Dictionary.com)