A collection of images that continually enrage Muslims which is quickly followed by protests and violence, proving that Islam is intolerant, and far from a religion of peace.(New items added 03/5/2016)
Media response to Muslim terror:
Muslim response to Muslim terror:
Pious Muslim response to Muslim terror:
The Mohammed Cartoons, first published in the Danish newspaper Jyllands-Posten on September 30, 2005.
Kurt Westergaard Interview: Why I drew the Muhammad cartoon
Timeline of the Jyllands-Posten Muhammad cartoons controversy and resulting violence here. Float in German parade satirizing the attempted assassination of Kurt Westergaard, below. As of 2015 the float is now banned.
From France’s Charlie Hebdo:
In late 2011, Charlie Hebdo dedicated an issue to Mohamet, and in response, theReligion of Peace firebombed his office.
On January 7, 2015, Charlie Hebdo proved that Islam is not a religion of peace asthree Muslims shouting allah akhbar attacked the Hebdo offices killing 12 people.
Hebdo’s last image before Muslims attacked the office and slaughtered ten people.
Hebdo’s first cover published after the Islamic jihad attack, inexplicably stating “All Is Forgiven.”
“This was not the front page the world wanted us to draw, it was our front page.
This is not the front page that the terrorists want us to draw —
there are no terrorists in it, just a man who cries.”
“This Muhammad is so much nicer than the ones the terrorists brandish.”
“He’s sympathetic. Look at him, he’s crying!” ~Renald Luzier, aka Luz
Note to Luz: Muhammad was a terrorist!
Muslims killed more than 2,000 people in a single attack in Nigeria days after the Charlie Hebdo attacks. The media and the world essentially ignored the barbaric slaughter.
From Sweden’s Lars Vilks, the Muhammad dogs:
The 1st Annual Muhammad Art Exhibit and Contest in Garland, Texas on May 3, 2015 proved once again that Muslims are anything but peaceful. The attempted jihad on the event ended quickly when two Muslim gunmen were shot dead as they attacked.
This image was printed in a Catholic magazine in Italy and caused the publishers to apologize. Full story here.
Dante: “There, split in half from head to cheeks, isn’t that Mohammed?”
Virgil (balloon 1): “Yes, he is divided, because he sowed divisions in society.”
Virgil (balloon 2): “And that one there with his pants down, that’s Italian policy towards Islam.”