Blazingcatfur's "Everybody Draw Mohammed Day" Contest Finalists

19 May 2010

Blazingcatfur 19 May 2010 Intro by Henrik R. Clausen

When cartoonist Molly Norris announced the ”Everybody Draw Muhammad Day”, it was not expected to become the resounding success it is today, May 20th. The Facebook group now has over 60,000 members, more coming rapidly.

Pakistan has banned Facebook due to the undermining effect of the cartoons, which could destroy the religion that (barely) holds together the country, in the vain hope that the cartoons will just go away and Islam will still reign supreme. Without further ado, we hereby present some of the incoming cartoons for the contest. Don't mind the tiny crowd of extremists shouting 'blasphemy', just enjoy the artistic freedom!

Announcing Blazingcatfur's "Everybody Draw Mohammed Day" Contest Finalists... set to music too... a really Mohammedan enraging tune in fact: Enjoy!

The following video contains the finalist entries in my "Everybody Draw Mohammed Day" Contest. The winners will be announced on EDMD day itself May 20th 2010 so tune in to see if you snagged a Fatwa or a lesser prize for your effort! A big thanks to all who participated and a special thanks for the musical acccompaniment provided by an "artist who wishes to remain nameless", It's a Kick-Ass Original Tune


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Islamic Law vs Human Rights

Universal Declaration of Human Rights

Cairo Declaration on Human Rights in Islam - Diverges from the Universal Declaration of Human Rights in key respects

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The Jyllands-Posten Muhammad cartoons controversy began after twelve editorial cartoons, most of which depicted the Islamic prophet Muhammad, were published in the Danish newspaper Jyllands-Posten on 30 September 2005.

The newspaper announced that this publication was an attempt to contribute to the debate regarding criticism of Islam and self-censorship.

The Akkari-Laban dossier is a 43 page document which was created by a group of Danish Muslim clerics from multiple organizations set out to present their case and ask for support in the Jyllands-Posten Muhammad cartoons controversy. Three faked additional images - which where never published - were added to the list of cartoons actually published in the dossier handed out during this tour.

Danish Imams tour the Middle East

Two imams who had been granted sanctuary in Denmark, dissatisfied with the reaction of the Danish Government and Jyllands-Posten, created a forty- three-page document entitled "Dossier about championing the prophet Muhammad peace be upon him."[30]

- Ahmed Akkari is a co-author of the Akkari-Laban dossier, which played a major role in the Jyllands-Posten Muhammad cartoons controversy by bringing the issue to the attention of influential decision-makers in the Middle East.

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