[WikiEN-l] Sorted

Fred Bauder fredbaud at fairpoint.net
Sat Feb 23 21:31:39 UTC 2008

> In a message dated 2/22/2008 5:01:00 P.M. Pacific Standard Time,
> fredbaud at fairpoint.net writes:
> But  historically images of Muhammed have been strongly discouraged,
> generally,  he has not been depicted.>>
> ---------------------------------------------------------
> And our project is not here to support or deny religious tenets however
> widely or minority supported.
> Period.  None of them.  Not one.
> So what Muslims believe, 200,000, 200 million or one, has no bearing on
> our
> project.
> They have 5 billion pages on which they can display or hide any images
> they
> feel.
> Meanwhile, we should focus on improving the project, without regard to
> any
> outside feeling.
> Will Johnson

But they ARE us, as are those such as myself who would avoid needless
offense. There are sharp criticism to be made of Islam, that is
unavoidable, displaying imaginary images is.


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