The NY Daily News sanctions the Paris Jihad by adhering to the sharia. They censored the Muhammad cartoon while pointing their cowardly finger at the French satirical magazine. #JeSuisCoward
It is because of submission and surrender like this that jihadists are winning. How dare these quislings relinquish the very freedoms our nation was founded on.
New York Daily News pixelates Muhammad cartoon in story about Charlie Hebdo jihad massacre, thanks to Robert Spencer, January 7, 2015
Do these fools at the Daily News think that they will be spared? Do they think that if they adopt Sharia blasphemy laws forbidding mockery or criticism of Muhammad, that they will avoid the jihad onslaught? And if they adopt Sharia restrictions on freedom of expression of their own accord, does it even matter if they are spared?
The free press is dying of a self-inflicted wound. Now is the time for every newspaper in the world to republish Charlie Hebdo’s cartoons of Muhammad, in solidarity with the jihad murder victims and as a show of defiance — a signal that we will protect free speech and free societies.
But this will not happen. Instead, watch for more pusillanimity, more temporizing, more denial that this had anything to do with Islam, and more calls for “respect” for “religious sensibilities” — i.e., the placement of Islam in a protected category, above criticism.
Look at the Daily News – “pushed the envelope”. How? By speaking freely??
More craven dhimmitude:
While the photos are still available on the news wire, the AP said its official policy is to censor them. “None of the images distributed by AP showed cartoons of the Prophet Muhammad,” said spokesman Paul Colford on the day that terrorists killed 12 people, including several cartoonists , at the magazine. “It’s been our policy for years that we refrain from moving deliberately provocative images.” Several news organizations, including the New York Daily News and London Telegraph , cropped out or pixelated Charlie Hebdo magazine covers showing Muhammad. You can see a gallery of the magazine’s most controversial covers below.
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