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Last updated on August 9th, 2017 at 03:54 pm
Texan John Caffery takes a stand.
UPDATE. Mr Caffery’s yard is too far for Saskatoon residents to travel, so the local library is helping out:
Saskatoon residents wishing to find out what all the fuss was about surrounding the publication of caricatures of the Prophet Muhammad can visit the Main Branch of the Saskatoon Public Library.
The latest issue of the Western Standard news magazine which contains some of the cartoons is being made available to readers.
There’s another kind of film Smith doesn’t plan on making anytime soon — one about religion. Smith said he’d love to do a “Dogma 2,” but you can’t do that without talking about Islam these days, “and after watching what happened with the cartoons, I want to say nothing about Muhammad except that’s he’s really cool guy … And I don’t have a picture or drawing of him.”
UPDATE III. Comment of the year, thus far.
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