Saturday, April 16, 2011

Jordan to Try Cartoonist for Blasphemy

A Jordanian court will begin this month the trial of Danish cartoonist Kurt Westergaard over a controversial caricature of the Muslim Prophet Mohammed .... A copy of the subpoena obtained by AFP says Westergaard "is accused of the crime of blasphemy." — AFP

Islamists and Muslims claim they don't worship Mohammed as their god, claiming to worship Allah instead. But if Mohammed isn't their god, then ridiculing and insulting Mohammed cannot be blasphemy.

The only things that make sense of this non sequitur are ignorance and dishonesty and insanity, any or all associated with conning the rubes.

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