Do Not Submit! Republish the Mohammed Cartoons Everywhere. Here's How.

Today's terror attack on Charlie Hedbo, the irreverent French satirical magazine that was one of the few media outlets in France to publish the original "Mohammed cartoons," is an attempt by Islamic fundamentalists to enforce shari'a worldwide, even on non-Muslims.

We must not let them succeed.

Self-censoring out of fear means self-imposition of shari'a (Islamic law).

Self-censoring out of "respect" (actually just a euphemism for fear) means you are submitting to the terrorists' worldview.

The way to overcome them in this instance is to overwhelm them with disrespect and mockery.

They can silence one magazine, but they can't silence the entire Internet.

Every blogger, of every political stripe, be it left, right, and everywhere in between, needs to realize that freedom of speech and freedom of the press are the two keystones of your ideology, whatever it may be. You need to make a stand. You need to make these terrorists lose the ideological battle.

And the way to do that is to republish the Mohammed cartoons yourselves. Today. Right now.

Fill the world with images of Mohammed so that the terrorists realize they can never expunge them all.

But where to get the pictures? Easy.

The Mohammed Image Archive, which I have hosted at zombietime since the day of the original "Mohammed cartoon crisis" back in May of 2006, has not only a full collection of the original cartoons, but more importantly the largest collection of Mohammed imagery ever assembled in the history of the world.

I hereby grant permission, and even encourage, anyone reading this to repost any images found anywhere on the Mohammed Image Archive. No limits. Repost them all, if you want to.

Go to any of these pages, download whatever images you choose, repost, and help to win the most important cultural war humanity has faced in a long time:

The Mohammed Image Archive (main index page)

Islamic Depictions of Mohammed in Full

Islamic Depictions of Mohammed with Face Hidden

European Medieval and Renaissance Images

Miscellaneous Mohammed Images

Dante's Inferno

Book Illustrations

Book Covers

Satirical Modern Cartoons

The Jyllands-Posten Cartoons

Recent Responses to the Controversy

Extreme Mohammed


Here's a selection of Mohammed images to get the ball rolling:

The original cartoon that started the entire controversy back in 2006, which culminated in today's terror attack.

Illustration showing Mohammed (on the right) preaching his final sermon to his earliest converts, on Mount Arafat near Mecca; taken from a medieval-era manuscript of the astronomical treatise The Remaining Signs of Past Centuries by the Persian scholar al-Biruni; currently housed in the collection of the Bibliotheque Nationale, Paris (Manuscrits Arabe 1489 fol. 5v).

"Mohammed Cursing the Vines," German woodcut print, c. 1481. Presumably Mohammed is cursing the vines for producing the grapes that got him drunk.

This prescient cartoon was published way back in 2006 by J.J. McCullough.

In 1928, Liebig's Extract of Meat Company issued a series of advertising trading cards to promote its canned beef extract products. The 1928 card set illustrated six different pivotal points in Mohammed's life. The most striking of the cards was the second one, seen here, which showed the Archangel Gabriel escorting Mohammed up to the presence of Allah in Paradise -- the climax of his legendary "Night Journey."

The Israeli magazine Nana published this picture showing the aftermath of a four-way orgy involving Jesus, Mohammed, Moses and Buddha.

"Piss Mohammed" is a parody of Andres Serrano's "Piss Christ" that incorporates the original controversial Danish cartoon.

"Married to Children," a parody of the TV sitcom "Married with Children," lampoons Mohammed's marriage to the 6-year-old Aisha. It circulated extensively on the Web in the months after the 2006 cartoon crisis.

The caption to this cartoon by Steph Bergol says, in French:

Mohammed (being carried away by devils): "It is a judicial error! I am Mohammed, the prophet!"

St. Peter (with a scimitar through his chest): "Definitely: GUILTY!"