Yale Goes Pure Dhimmi: No Muhammed Cartoons In Book About Muhammed Cartoons

This is about as silly, much less to say scared *hitless, spineless, all the normal words for these dhimmis

It’s not all that surprising that Yale University Press would be wary of reprinting notoriously controversial cartoons of the Prophet Muhammad in a forthcoming book. After all, when the 12 caricatures were first published by a Danish newspaper a few years ago and reprinted by other European publications, Muslims all over the world angrily protested…….In the end at least 200 people were killed.

Your “Religion of Peace” in action

So Yale University and Yale University Press consulted two dozen authorities, including diplomats and experts on Islam and counterterrorism, and the recommendation was unanimous: The book, “The Cartoons That Shook the World,” should not include the 12 Danish drawings that originally appeared in September 2005. What’s more, they suggested that the Yale press also refrain from publishing any other illustrations of the prophet that were to be included, specifically, a drawing for a children’s book; an Ottoman print; and a sketch by the 19th-century artist Gustave Doré of Muhammad being tormented in Hell, an episode from Dante’s “Inferno” that has been depicted by Botticelli, Blake, Rodin and Dalí.

I think they mean these ones, which I have to use my Gallery site to host, since they keep getting wacked at Photobucket

Remember, they are so freaked by them, that they sent out take down notices. Now, where’s my fatwa?

Via Allahpundit.

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3 Responses to “Yale Goes Pure Dhimmi: No Muhammed Cartoons In Book About Muhammed Cartoons”

  1. John Ryan says:

    Teach would publishing those cartoons add further danger to our soldiers ? That of course is the argument against showing any further pictures of torture. Should we censor ourselves out of fear? I agree with you that we should not, but of course a private entity such as Yale is one that can choose its own path.

  2. John Ryan says:

    Teach are you at all aware that the Mormons believe Mohammad was one of the few humans to receive enlightenment through God ?

    • CableGuy says:


      Are you aware the Muslims consider Jesus a prophet fully as important as Mohammed? And that also has nothing to do with Yale not publishing Mohammed cartoons in a book about Mohammed cartoons?

      I agree that a private institution has the right to publish or not publish anything they see fit, but I hereby exercise my right as a private citizen to call them spineless, dhimmi-grovelling wimps. That’s how freedom works.

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