French Magazine Runs Muhammad Cartoons

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French Magazine Runs Muhammad Cartoons

The Paris-based satirical weekly Charlie Hebdo published cartoons today that depict the Prophet Muhammad naked, drawing criticism from the French government, which has shut down embassies and schools in 20 countries as a precautionary measure. What do you think?

  • “No way it could be half as offensive as the latest Marmaduke. I mean, is there anything that dog won’t chew on?”

    Shari Wittle
    Sheetrock Installer
  • “I hope it’s funny enough to cheer me up from all the deaths it’ll cause.”

    Joseph Ronay
    Mounted Police Officer
  • “The more everyone says not to draw Muhammad, the more nervous I get that I’m going to doodle him by accident."

    Curtis Grasmere
    Systems Analyst