5. Lastly, but not leastly...Come on. Why is everyone trying to blame Muslims for protesting against something offensive to them. If something is published on a mass-media medium and is offensive to a bunch of people, they have a right to protest to it, and they have a right to get things changed.
Muslims aren't the only ones who've actually done this. Americans have only to look to the not-too-old example of Don Imus who on the April 4, 2007 edition of MSNBC's "Imus in the Morning", referred to the Rutgers University women's basketball team, which is comprised of eight African-American and two white players, as "nappy-headed hos". On April 11, 2007, NBC News announced that MSNBC would no longer simulcast Imus in the Morning, and he was fired.
So, everyone who's reading this. Muslims have received a lot of negative coverage in the media over the ages, and I'm not sure if you're going to play into it or not but are you going to try to argue with me that this protest is an infringement of free speech? If you're not, then your argument here is sort of moot as well, because this is another extension of this example. A protest against something percieved as racially, or in this case religiously biased, and which was acted on. The Freedom of Speech remains sacrosanct, but it also needs to be moderated to ensure it remains free of racism and bias.