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Thursday, February 16, 2006
Everyone and his mother knows why the networks and the print journals haven't shown the cartoons -- they fear Muslims blowing up their buildings and stabbing their editors to death. The only people who deny this are the news media. They all claim that they won't show the cartoons because of sensitivity to Muslim feelings.
posted by Daniel @ 9:31 AM  
  • At 2:57 PM, February 16, 2006, Blogger Jonathan Moorhead said…

    Is this a call for a Mo (hammed) cartoon contest in the blogosphere? I would like the boys at Jib Jab to create a good skit.

  • At 3:30 PM, February 16, 2006, Anonymous Anonymous said…

    Excellent points in that article.
    A good book on that subject is "Double Vision: How the Press Distorts America's View of the Middle East," by Ze'ev Chafets. The author was born in Wisconsin and emigrated to Israel in 1967. After service in the Israeli Army, he became director of the Government Press Office there. He wrote the book in 1985.

  • At 4:32 PM, February 16, 2006, Blogger Daniel said…

    One thing the article does is highlight the success that terrorism is having in the US. It is because of "terror" that the US media is cowering in fear of retaliation.

    It is this same fear that keeps many people from speaking openly on the topic. They are intimidated - who wants to put themselves in harms way after all?

    The mood in America reminds me of Jericho when the Israelites had crossed the Jordan.

  • At 7:59 PM, February 16, 2006, Blogger Gordon said…

    Right on target. I suspect that the "outrage" we have seen is not outrage at all, but is in fact an awareness that the world fears the Muslims and so they are pressing their advantage. Kind of like the big, bad wolf huffin' and puffin'.

  • At 8:52 PM, February 16, 2006, Blogger candy said…

    I think it is a contrived protest. They want to stir things up. It is interesting to note in history, that prior to the populace coming against the Jewish in Germany, there were many riots, some stirred up by false photos of Jewish people. The Mohammed cartoons came out months ago. A danish Muslim posted false cartoons recently, intending to stir up Muslims in Denmark. History repeating itself.

  • At 9:03 AM, February 17, 2006, Anonymous Anonymous said…

    Interestingly, I had just forwarded centuri0n's recent post about the Danish cartoons (2.10.2006 post titled 'the prophet Hugh Hewitt') to my parents. My dad wondered why the particiants kept refering to the problem as a culture war "rather than the obvious spiritual war that
    it is and the spirit that is behind it. The tactics and strategies used by our adversaries is (from a worldly point of view) intelligent and effective. This
    is more than just clever men; it's inspired demonic influence. Hitler's propaganda minister, Gobells, made the famous remark once that if you wanted to sell a
    lie just say it loud enough and long enough and people will believe it. Spiritual battles must be won by spiritual means and that is where the church comes into play, but so far it doesn't seem to be much involved."
    As my husband and I were discussing all this last night, I was thinking how this fits into a larger picture - of our civilization at this time. It's hard to see it when you're living in it at the time. But I think articles like this are critical to share with others so they can wise up to the misinformation that the media are giving. And I consider lack of information to be 'misinformation' here.

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