Wikipedia to Radical Muslims: Suck It! With Footnotes


"More than 180,000 worldwide have joined an online protest claiming the images, shown on European-language pages and taken from Persian and Ottoman miniatures dating from the 14th, 15th and 16th centuries, are offensive to Islam, which prohibits any representation of Muhammad. But the defiant editors of the encyclopaedia insist they will not bow to pressure and say anyone objecting to the controversial images can simply adjust their computers so they do not have to look at them."

Don't tell the Alberta Human Rights Commission. I'm sure someone is at work at filing a complaint as we seek.

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