Let’s see if we have this right.
From Gaza to Indonesia, Muslim robes are in a menacing knot over a caricature of Mohammad. A Danish newspaper — and then a French one — ran some Prophet cartoons, one of which showed Mohammad wearing a bomb-shaped turban with a burning fuse.
Perhaps the point was what some wild and crazy Islamists won’t do in the name of religion.
But any image of Mohammad, let alone a satiric one, is forbidden. Such “partnering” is, according to the Koran, the one truly unforgivable sin. Freedom of expression, we are reminded, is some na