Draw Mohammad Day 2... NEEDS YOU!
By THUNDERF00T - YOUTUBE -THUNDERFOOT, DMD2011TF.NET, FACEBOOK ET AL
Added: Tue, 17 May 2011 18:25:07 UTC
If you support the goals of this protest and want to take part, upload your picture to flickr.com, then add it to the playlist at http://www.flickr.com/groups/dmd2011/pool/add/
The slideshow can the be publicly viewed at: http://www.flickr.com/groups/dmd2011/pool/show/
It can also be posted on facebook
It can be embedded into blogs, news feeds etc,
and you can tweet it!
With your help we can show that violence and threats of violence are an ineffective way of importing religious dogma into the enlightened world.
Continue to dmd2011tf.net website
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Pussy Riot member Yekaterina Samutsevich has given a tremendous closing statement, which is a masterful summary of Russian oligarchy
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But in the real world where societies are plural, then it is both inevitable and important that people offend the sensibilities of others. Inevitable, because where different beliefs are deeply held, clashes are unavoidable. And we should deal with those clashes rather than suppress them. Important because any kind of social change or social progress means offending some deeply held sensibilities. The right to ‘subject each others’ fundamental beliefs to criticism’ is the bedrock of an open, diverse society.