Got to keep that outrage fresh. Only the freshest outrage keeps those jihad recruiters busy. Cartoon Rage II Update: “Danish Video Sparks Fresh Outrage,” by Saeed Al-Abyad in Arab News, with thanks to LD:
JEDDAH, 8 October 2006 “” The Organization of the Islamic Conference (OIC) yesterday said it will demand an explanation from the Danish government for the state TV”s broadcasting of a video mocking the Prophet Muhammad (pbuh).
Danish state TV on Friday aired amateur video footage showing a number of members of the anti-immigrant Danish Peoples” Party (DPP) at a summer camp in August drinking, singing and engaging in a competition to draw humiliating images of the Prophet.
A source at the 57-member OIC said the group will try to “find out the reasons behind the repeated ridiculing of the Prophet in Denmark” and warned that the incident would have dangerous repercussions.
The OIC reacted to the latest outrage as Muslim leaders in Denmark condemned the screening of the video, but said they would not be goaded into taking action….
Muhammad Al-Johani, secretary-general of the World Islamic Media Organization, urged businessmen in the Islamic world to support WIMO”s programs aimed at educating people in the West on the history of Islam and teachings of the Prophet.
“Such programs will play a big role in removing misunderstanding of non-Muslims on Islam and its Prophet,” Al-Johani told Arab News.
See, when jihadists kill innocent people in the name of Islam and its prophet, infidels tend to begin to misunderstand Islam in large numbers.
He said many people in the West do not know that Muslims” love for their Prophet is part and parcel of their religious faith. “We have to explain to them the danger of insulting the Prophet as no Muslim will accept it,” he added.
Egypt’s Muslim Brotherhood condemned the video. “The Muslim Brotherhood denounces this repetition of acts (hostile to Islam) in the West and calls on Muslims to defend their religion in this sacred month” of Ramadan, a statement said. It called for a boycott of products from countries that “permit these sort of acts,” for peaceful protests and for international legislation banning such “attacks.”
That is the agenda of all this rage: Cartoon Rage, Pope Rage, Redeker Rage: international legislation forbidding criticism of Islam. In other words, the Brotherhood and other Muslim groups want the non-Muslim world to accept Islamic standards of speech and behavior. And of course dhimmi politicians in the West will be happy to oblige. Watch for it.