"Massacre those who insult Islam", "Europe you will pay" and "Europe you'll come crawling when Mujahideen come roaring".
Sometimes I really wonder, what's their issue? Are these really necessary? Can't everyone just learn to live in peace with each other? Or at least close one eye when they see things they don't like? We live together on the same world, is it that hard to live together?
“Draw Muhammad Week” is IMHO in really bad taste, but how does it compare to torching embassies? Is it not racist and demeaning to suggest that we cannot demand that Muslims refrain from overreaction and violence? What is wrong with us now? -Singapore Ink
And this is what they should read...
The physical depiction of the Prophet Muhammad may be a taboo subject matter in some sects of contemporary Islam, but let's all be clear -- this is not a universal prohibition. -Cranky Professor
Before all these hoo-ha in the recent years, I always believed that they are a peaceful bunch of people. I mean, they are god-fearing people, people who respects their god, so how bad can they be? Well I'm wrong, in the name of religion, some commited all sorts of atrocities, and honestly to what end?
The more they fight, the more the world would look down at them. Instead of earning respect the proper way, they fight for it. What they have now is fear, not respect.
What is the world coming to?