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Las caricaturas a día de hoy

Posted by Spanish Eowyn en 1/marzo/2006

En primer lugar, la ya ordinaria, normal y corriente manifestación, aunque esta vez es de niños. Aunque no por eso menos agresiva (via LGF):

About 5,000 children chanting “Hang those who insulted the prophet” rallied in Pakistan’s largest city on Tuesday in the latest protest in the Islamic nation against the publication of cartoons of the Prophet Muhammad.
The children, ages 8 to 12, burned a coffin draped in U.S., Israeli and Danish flags at a traffic intersection in the port city of Karachi as police in riot gear looked on.
The rally was organized by Jamaat-e-Islami, Pakistan’s largest Islamic group. The children, some wearing school uniforms and headbands emblazoned with “God is great,” were released from schools to take part.
Jamaat-e-Islami is part of a radical coalition of six Islamic parties that has rallied Muslims throughout Pakistan in recent weeks against the cartoons despite bans on protests in some cities.

Aquí tenemos a un niño muy simpático en actitud “multicultural”.

Y por supuesto, la felicitación a la Unión Europea que después de Solana ya no sabemos qué más debe hacer:

Opposition lawmaker Liaqat Baluch, deputy secretary-general of the coalition, on Tuesday welcomed the European Union’s first statement on the controversy.
EU foreign ministers said Monday they regretted the cartoons were “considered offensive” by Muslims around the world after first appearing in a Danish newspaper in September.

Y ya que de la UE lo han conseguido prácticamente todo, otra vez hay que ir a por Dinamarca:

But Baluch demanded an apology from Denmark, saying it “has not so far acknowledged its mistake.”
Baluch also said a “line should be drawn” between freedom of expression _ the justification newspapers gave for reproducing the drawings, which Muslims consider blasphemous _ and actions that offend cultural sensitivities.
“A freedom of expression that destroys world peace is against basic human rights,” he said.

Por cierto, que el ciberterrorismo continúa: ahora han hackeado la web ytringsfrihed.org, simplemente porque había publicado las caricaturas. Este es un estracto del mensaje que han colgado en su página web:

Its now the 4th time (in less than a week) that Ytringsfrihed.org has been under attack and this time the hackers succeded in placing a picture of Muhammed on the site. The picture was not hosted on our server but on a portal called sunniport.com.
The hackers – from Turkey – seem to think that Freedom of Speech isnt something to cherish. Or at least, they do not agree with us. One might be tempted to think that they do not want us to express our thoughts and beliefs – but that only they have that right…

Los anteriores también eran de Turquía…

También lo han tratado Michelle Malkin. JunkyardBlog.

UPDATE/ACTUALIZACIÓN: Daniel Pipes sobre la conspiración de que se le acusa. Leedlo, no tiene desperdicio. En Español, aquí .

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4 comentarios to “Las caricaturas a día de hoy”

  1. MC said

    Pay attention to MANIFESTO for the next days… More RIOTS will be the answer?

    Salman Rushdie, Ayaan Hirsi Ali et al Slam Islamic Totalitarianism

    Together facing the new totalitarianism

    After having overcome fascism, Nazism, and Stalinism, the world now faces a new totalitarian global threat: Islamism.

    We, writers, journalists, intellectuals, call for resistance to religious totalitarianism and for the promotion of freedom, equal opportunity and secular values for all.

    Continues:
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  3. AMDG said

    Joder con los moritos.

    Yo estas cosas se las enseño a mis hijos y les insisto en que nos vamos a defender, con los mismos métodos, no predicando un apaciguamiento que nunca ha funcionado.

  4. AMDG said

    > “A freedom of expression that destroys world peace is against basic human rights,” he said.

    Pues lo mismo que se le aplica a la libertad de expresión se le puede aplicar a la libertad de predicación de ciertos musulmanes, que llevan demasiado timepo predicando el odio entre nosotros.

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