Here’s the Wednesday Times’ editorial condemning the Muhammad Cartoon Contest:
Those two men were would-be murderers. But their thwarted attack, or the murderous rampage of the Charlie Hebdo killers, or even the greater threat posed by the barbaric killers of the Islamic State or Al Qaeda, cannot justify blatantly Islamophobic provocations like the Garland event. These can serve only to exacerbate tensions and to give extremists more fuel.
Some of those who draw cartoons of the Prophet Muhammad may earnestly believe that they are striking a blow for freedom of expression, though it is hard to see how that goal is advanced by inflicting deliberate anguish on millions of devout Muslims who have nothing to do with terrorism.
On that same day, here’s the very same New York Times selling tickets to the “Book of Mormon.”
In other words, The New York Times is making advertising money off of satirizing Mormons.
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