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Tuesday, August 15, 2006

Iran holds exhibition of Holocaust cartoons

Iran opens up Holocaust cartoon exhibition in the name of defending their God given rights of self expression and free speech. It is obviously an attempt to further torn apart the already gashing rift between the East and West, and further infuriate his insults on the Jewish people. This is in response to the publication of Muhammad cartoons last year by the Danish newspaper Jyllands-Posten, which depicted Islam's holiest prophet in caricature drawings. Since the publication it has drawn fierce outrage and violent protests across the Islamic countries which resulted in the torching of Danish and Norwegian embassies in the Middle East and the boycott of many Danish and Norwegian products.

Now, let's see how will the civilized, pro-Western nations respond, particularly Israel's response. Will the Israelis also resort to violence to protest against the Holocaust cartoons? Maybe they don't have to since they already have an upper hand in the recent conflict with Lebanon.

Please keep in mind that Holocaust didn't just victimize the Jews, but also countless others whom were deemed as outcasts by the Nazis, such as the disabled, political dissidents, other ethnics, and enemy of the state.

1 comment:

Kat said...

ummmm. This is all bullying. And while the subject is not childs' play, it certainly is reminisent of sticks and stones or yo mama jokes. I mean cmon. Tit for tat. If Iran is going to post holocaust crap and claim freedom of speech, then what's with the retaliatory protests for the Danish exersizing the same right. I mean grow up. Atleast the Danish had the couth to fight on the same drawing feild.