'Everybody Draw Mohammed Day'
http://www.foxnews.com/scitech/2010/05/ ... ammad-day/
As a way to protest the network's decision -- which came after an Islamic extremist website warned of retaliation against the show's creators, Matt Stone and Trey Parker -- Norris created a poster with likenesses of Muhammad as a domino, a teacup and a box of pasta.
She declared May 20 "Everybody Draw Mohammed Day!" -- and her efforts quickly went viral, spawning several Facebook pages with thousands of followers dedicated to the event. [/quote]
While I am generally against dickish behavior, I think that freedom of speech needs to triumph in this case. I was a big supporter of Maplethorp and the right to create anti-christian art, so I must be in favor of the right to draw and present Mohammad.
I hope it is a big success and we can finally break this taboo and not let a religion dictated to the rest of us what we can and can't say/think/express.