May 20th is “Everybody Draw Mohammad Day”

To promote free speech and religious freedom, those of who can are exercising our right to draw Mohammad.
Well, I actually drew Meowhammad.

He looks better in full view, but I didn’t want to break the page with a huge image.


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2 Responses to “May 20th is “Everybody Draw Mohammad Day””

  1. earnest fields Says:

    Why draw MO when a good picture of him, in his role as Mecca’s town drunk is on the back cover of a book. Here is the story.

    Most people do not know that Mohammad’s main occupation was that of a pimp. That is at least how a new satire characterizes the so-called Prophet. There is an American book that makes the Danish cartoons look kindergardenish and is openly and publicly sold by with no court contests, problems or protests, as of now.

    “How Fatima Started Islam: Mohammad’s Daughter Tells It All” by an American author who uses the name Noor Barack depicts Mohammad as a urine-soaked, drunken, cowardly fool who is always too drunk and incompetent to even run his business ‘Mohammad’s Saloon & Brothel’ well. His intelligent daughter Fatima, who is desperate to escape from the whorehouse and continuously servicing tricks, concocts the religion as an avenue of escape. To control and manipulate the old fool she only has to keep him supplied with booze, young girls, young boys, and camels.

    The book seems popular right now only among US military personnel but many orthodox Islamists will be extremely displeased when the alleged blasphemy and mocking of Islam becomes well known.

    I cannot see this story not exploding once some of the ‘Behead those who insult Islam’ crowd get the message.


    • lasciel Says:

      It might be a good book, but there are several reasons why Draw Mo day should go on as well. It’s already had a huge impact, making the top 4 websites get blocked in Pakistan, and with many artists participating, it makes it harder for radicals to retaliate against anyone depicting Mohammad. There are at least 400 people on Deviantart posting Mohammad, and plenty submitted pictures to Facebook and other places.

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