Update: Mo, a Muslim blogger, posts a comment, and I reply.
Update 2: More coverage and deeper analysis of the situation at Following the Cartoon Wars.
Update 3 (Feb. 19): Moderate Muslims?
Roundup of Roundups Updated Below:
- Face of Muhammed, a good Danish blog, in English, with all 12 cartoons up.
- Mudville Gazette has a fascinating analysis with interviews.
- Eugene Volokh shows the Boston Globe's hypocrisy in the matter.
- David Bernstien at the Volokh Conspiracy compares this with the reaction to anti-Jewish cartoons in Europe.
- Gates of Vienna's "Cartoons? We're Going to War Over Cartoons?" is also worth the read.
- Silent Running adds more cartoons.
- Mark Steyn: "'Sensitivity' can have brutal consequences."
- Mad Minerva, the "Satanic Doodles"? Ahem.
- Michelle Malkin has a good roundup on it, along with other posts.
- Instapundit, who has a roundup and other posts on this.
- And of course, Scrappleface.
- All Things Beautiful posts "The Cartoon War," which has a lot of great information and a link roundup three times as big as this one, with little overlap.
- Protein Wisdom addresses the philosophy of it all in "Identity Politics".*
- FrontPage has an excellent article covering the reactions to the cartoons.
- Belmont Club has a brief but excellent post.
- The Moderate Voice has an alternative view and interesting series of comments below.
Did I miss any good ones?
(Mug tip to Inaka Yabanjin for the link to Face of Muhammed. All the new links are from The Gates of Vienna, All Things Beautiful, and Protein Wisdom roundups.)
*Does anyone else find the term 'will to power' tremendously grating?