Freedom New Mexico
If not for the teachings of tolerance, peace and love, a recent cartoon would have Christians rioting in the streets. They’d kill, threaten, and burn buildings to the ground.
When Danish newspaper Jyllands-Posten published a cartoon in 2005 depicting the Prophet Muhammed with a bomb in his turban, parts of the Islamic world erupted.
Danish Muslim organizations held public protests against the highly offensive cartoon. When that cartoon and 11 less inflammatory drawings about the faith were reprinted in 50 other countries, violent protests erupted throughout the Muslim world. More than 100 people died. Fires were set to Danish embassies in Iran, Lebanon and Syria. Danish flags were burned, and Muslim terrorist leaders issued death threats against the Jyllands-Posten staff.
Out of the University of Virginia comes a cartoon that should be far more offensive to Christians.