- 01 Mar 2013 07:44
Why should they not be offended? Well, for starters: what difference does it make for someone who is not a Muslim to say what ever they please about the Muslim prophet? It’s irrelevant anyway. But Muslim’s show a deep insecurity in their overreaction to critics.
At the end of the article the writer is sickened, not just by the murders, but by those who “incited” the murders. Only Muslims could take this kind of justification seriously. This means if you say something I don’t like, I am going to go out and murder somebody. This is not just illogical, its paranoid.
Why Muslims are like this I don’t know, but they always have been. It is as though their culture engenders an over developed sense of offense and revenge.
Cue sanctimonious do-gooders, stage left!