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What’s French for Cojones?

February 16, 2006

Ce qui bravent des amoureux de la liberté !

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Two American ex-pats, a Danish flag, gay Paris, and 4,000 protesters. Nobody could call them craven, Robbie! Watch the movie here.

As long as we’re on the subject, here’s the one cartoon I thought was genuinely funny. And pretty offensive… sin boldly as they say! We all flash a nad once in a while….

Don’t worry though, the UN will protect you:

Yesterday, during a visit to Saudi Arabia, EU Foreign Policy Coordinator Javier Solana promised that the EU will support a clause in an updated human rights charter of the United Nations to “protect the sanctity of religions and the prophets.” Earlier, in a joint statement, Mr Solana of the EU, UN Secretary-General Kofi Annan and Ekmeleddin Ihsanoglu, the Secretary-General of the Organisation of the Islamic Conference (OIC) wrote: “We understand the deep hurt and widespread indignation felt in the Muslim world. The freedom of the press, which entails responsibility and discretion, should respect the beliefs and tenets of all religions.”

On Dec. 16, 2005 the UN General Assembly adopted a strong resolution on defamation of religions. “This joint statement and the UN resolution provide the legal ground for condemnation of acts of European newspapers,” the OIC said during its meeting last week. “This is a very important achievement and we must seize the opportunity to preserve the momentum for joint action to prevent a recurrence of this despicable act. To combat Islamophobia in the West we must work toward the adoption of relevant legislations.”

I’m sure they’ll right on this next:

Kanye West Passion

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