Mo Mo'toons

From the archives of The Ryskind Sketchbook 

Cliff May reports we're fighting the Mo'toon battle again, hence the reprise cartoon from 2/06.
A Danish newspaper on Friday apologized for offending Muslims by reprinting a cartoon of the Prophet Muhammad with a bomb-shaped turban, rekindling heated debate about the limits of freedom of speech.
Why bother to fight shar'i'a if you're going to abide by it voluntarily? The claim against depicting the Prophet is bogus...or at least quite late anyway...late 16th/17th c. Here, for example, is a collection of medieval images of Mohammed created by Muslims...which, when you see some of them, may explain the prohibition. No Danish cartoonist could have come up with worse than what pious Muslims did!