“There is one religion that is claiming to be above criticism.”
What’s significant about the following interview with Ayaan Hirsi Ali is that it was aired on CNN, presumably in prime time. Anderson Cooper talks about the threats to Matt Stone and Trey Parker, the creators of South Park, and Ms. Hirsi Ali relates it to the larger problem of Islamic violence and intolerance:
Ayaan Hirsi Ali makes an important point here: if enough people caricature and ridicule Mohammed, “there will be too many people to threaten.”
Which reminds me: May 20th is Everybody Draw Mohammed Day. For this stratagem to work, a lot of famous people will have to contribute — cartoons by insignificant people like me won’t do the job.
Gary Trudeau: are you listening?
Hat tip: TV.
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