Pakistan ambassador: “Are you satisfied?”

Fauzia Mufti Abbas is Pakistan’s ambassador to Denmark. She suspects that the recent bombing of the Danish embassy, in which six people were killed, was indeed linked to the publication of a cartoon.

It isn’t just the people of Pakistan that feel they have been harassed by what your newspaper has begun, I’d like to know if your newspaper is satisfied with what it has done and what it has unleashed? Danes know that they have insulted people around the world by printing and reprinting the Mohammed cartoons, which were done in poor taste.

Jørn Mikkelsen, Jyllands-Posten’s editor-in-chief, makes the obvious response to such outrageous drivel:

The decision to do so was in full accordance with Danish law, Danish press ethics and Danish press traditions. That the facts have been twisted in the rest of the world and misused for purposes that are no concern of Jyllands-Posten is something we can and will not take responsibility for.

15 Responses to “Pakistan ambassador: “Are you satisfied?””

  1. Chris Hughes says:

    ‘Look what you made us do…’

  2. marc draco says:

    Abbas is probably right; as is Mikkelsen.

    The onus is on Abbas and her like to grow the fuck up and respect the rights of others to have differing opinions.

  3. Stuart W says:

    What a disgusting apologist this Abbas is.
    How long before an atrocity in this country is committed in psychotic response to a work of art/literature?

  4. Well, the more people like that go on about it, the more people like us go on about it. If they didn’t bleat so much, perhaps bloggers and journalists would get tired of it. But they can’t see that. Their god has to be avenged. Allāhu Akba! Kill for Allah. Waaaaaaggghh! Kill, kill, kill!

    Sorry about that. I’ll calm down now. (Stupid bastards. Mutter, mutter. Stupid twats!)

  5. […] Pakistan ambassador: “Are you satisfied?” […]

  6. Mithpp says:

    Principle of freedom is very clear. Your freedom ends where mine starts. Why cant few men respect the rights millions muslims. Is iot not democratic to respect these rights. I wish someone could clearly define human rights. Why are people for so called human rights of few voilating the human rights of millions.

  7. Mithoo says:

    I wonder if some one would clearly define democracy and human rights. Your freedom ends where mine starts. Why few men cant repect the human rights of millions of Muslims

  8. Andrew Nixon says:

    People do respect the human rights of Muslims. Nothing about this whole cartoon incident denies Muslims their human rights!

  9. Britannia says:

    Islam does not care for humans rights, only the right to bomb, kill, torture and impose their barbaric belief system on the rest of the world.

  10. G. Tingey says:

    La ilaha


    So Mahmud made it up as he went along, didn’t he.

  11. Ole says:

    “Principle of freedom is very clear. Your freedom ends where mine starts.”

    No, no and no. You do not have protection against being insulted. That’s not a human right. Grow up.

  12. Ole says:

    “I wish someone could clearly define human rights.”

    Ehm, have you read the 1948 UN charter?

    This is the first article:
    “All human beings are born free and equal in dignity and rights”

    It’s an awful read for a lot of people. Just this first article seems to suggest that women are not inferior to men. Tough.

  13. Ole says:

    911, Madrid, London, etc. plus the daily threat of attacks on civilians in most of the western hemisphere. All in the name of Islam. Sad if you’re a non-violent muslim, but a fact nevertheless.

    Then we go draw a cartoon of a semi-fictional character with bomb in his what.

    That’s our “Are you satisfied?”

    What did you expect?
    Is a more brutal reaction more appropriate?
    Carpet bombing or cartoons?
    You’re going to get a reaction. Which do you prefer?

    Maybe the Pakistani ambassador and others like him should try and take their religion back from the fundamentalists instead of whining about our non-violent reactions to random killing of civilians.

    Take a stand or accept that Islam will be considered anti-democratic and totalitarian by so many of us.

  14. […] embassy in Pakistan, but Fauzia Mufti Abbas, Pakistan’s ambassador to the country, believes (via) – along with many others – that it was linked to the publication of the Muhammed cartoons. […]

  15. martyn says:

    Muslims, along with other religious loons, seem unable to get beyond the mentality of the school bully/abusive partner.

    Right, I’m off to stamp on some sand castles, kick some scrabble boards over, and have a tantrum because my other half won’t let me watch the footy. Yes, a woman, getting her own way, and not having to dress like she’s going to a Darth Vader convention either. In fact I can see her bare ankles from here!