Sunday, February 05, 2006

Leftists will fall for it anyway

From illuminated manuscripts to Ottoman miniature painting, the image of the prophet Mohammed have been quite common. They are though of as wrong, but are still found in religious texts, particularly for religious education over time.

That it is presented as a taboo to the unwitting is another case of public-affairs rope-a-dope by the proponents of Islamism and by their ungrounded western paesanos. It fits in with the sell-job that no Muslim can be bad, because the faith is good, and other logically unsupportable arguments.

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