Denmark’s justice ministry refused to allow seven Muslim lobby groups to take the newspaper Jyllands-Posten to the Supreme Court for publishing controversial cartoons of Prophet Muhammed, said a report by Agence France-Presse on the Vancouver Sun website.

“Terrorist acts have been committed in the name of Islam, and it is not illegal for these acts to be made the object of satirical representation,” said the court.

That’s as good a justification for publishing the cartoons as I’ve yet seen. Still, I can’t be the only one getting tired of this unfunny cartoon saga.

Denmark’s justice ministry refused to allow seven Muslim lobby groups to take the newspaper Jyllands-Posten to the Supreme Court for publishing controversial cartoons of Prophet Muhammed, said a report by Agence France-Presse on the Vancouver Sun website.

“Terrorist acts have been committed in the name of Islam, and it is not illegal for these acts to be made the object of satirical representation,” said the court.

That’s as good a justification for publishing the cartoons as I’ve yet seen. Still, I can’t be the only one getting tired of this unfunny cartoon saga.

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