Thursday, February 16, 2006

Jyllands-Posten Editor-in-Chief decries "special treatment" of Muslims

Carsten Juste, the Editor-in-Chief of Jyllands-Posten, the paper that published the Mohammad cartoons that have inflamed, in some cases literally, the Islamic world, made some comments recently that will hardly soothe the feelings of Muslims, as reported in Islam Online:

"It turned out that the freedom of the press crumbled much more quickly than I thought," Jyllands-Posten Editor-in-Chief Carsten Juste told the Danish Christian daily Kristelig Dagbladet, reported Agence France-Presse (AFP).

"It seems to me that the freedom of the press the world over is being limited as Muslims are being given special treatment," he argued.

I believe Mr. Juste would agree with the statement I've been making here for a while:

Islam demands more from non-believers than any other religion.

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