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May 20, 2010 — First Annual Everybody Draw Mohammed Day

by @ 1:09 pm on April 24, 2010. Filed under Freedom of Speech, Individual Liberty, Islam, Religion


The guys at Reason inform us that May 20th has been designated Everybody Draw Mohammed Day:

Via Dan Savage’s blog at The Stranger, some clever chappie (I don’t know who) has declared May 20, 2010 “Everybody Draw Mohammad Day,” in support of Matt Stone and Trey Parker and in opposition to religious thuggery. Why May 20? I haven’t a clue, though it could have something to do with Otto ascending the throne of Greece. Or, more likely, King Sancho IV of Castile’s founding of the Study of General Schools of Alcalá.

Like James Joyner, I’m glad that there’s almost a month before this happens, because I’m going practice my drawing.

In the meantime, here are the Danish Mohammed Cartoons again:


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