Sunday, February 05, 2006

Blogger Ate My Mohammad Cartoon Post

Yesterday I posted on the Mohammad cartoons and resulting Muslim reaction. My conclusion was that while the publishing of the cartoons was hardly a noble act and condemnable for their purposeful provocation, that side of the story is impossible to focus on given the violent reactions by radical Muslims.

In a civilized society, we should respectfully listen to all grievances. But once a group turns to violence and threats, they lose the debate. In this case, radical Islam has seriously lost the debate because their violent reaction completely overshadows any wrong there may have been in the original publishing of the cartoons.

For some reason, blogger erased this post and it's irretrievable. I do not have the time to recreate it but wanted to still make the point. Sorry for a post sans links.


Blogger M. Takhallus. said...

It's a conspiracy.

3:44 PM  
Blogger AubreyJ said...

Thanks Alan... That was a very good read... to the point... well thought out post Blog ate.

8:34 AM  
Blogger max said...


Your post is still there. I found it on a blog search. tehy had maintenance probles last week. The link is missing from your sidedebar and something wrong with your sidebar maybe

7:10 AM  
Blogger max said...

Cartoon Jihad, yeah something to brag about to your grandchildren. The day granddaddy beheaded 10 Danish Cartoonists and a Blue Cheese.
Tell me felows...which one of you hads got the courage to wearr one of those cartoons on a T-shirt on the Sstreet?

Huh huh.. terrorism works doesn't it?

7:20 AM  

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