On Fri, Feb 22, 2008 at 5:00 PM, Fred Bauder <fredbaud(a)fairpoint.net> wrote:
But historically images of Muhammed have been
generally, he has not been depicted.
Which means there is no commonly accepted depiction of him - which
makes putting an image in a prominent place problematic, since it is
giving any depiction undue weight.
Personally I feel that what depictions there are should be in a
section (and possibly break-out article) about such, but not at the
head of the article. However, I'm certainly not going to go there and
do that; I have sufficient arguments already.