A Muslim cleric from the UK, Omar Bakri Mohammed, has said that any cartoonist who was behind a cartoon of the so-called prophet Mohamend should be tried and executed. "The insult has been established now by everybody, Muslim and non-Muslim, and everybody condemns the cartoonist and condemns the cartoon. However, in Islam, God said and the messanger Mohammed said, whoever insults a prophet, he must be punished and executed."
"This man should be put on trial and if it is proven to be executed. ...If anybody insults the prophet, he will have to take a punishment."
This cleric, who is allowed to promote terrorism in England, said that if various nations do not punish these cartoonists they must "face the consequences". That sounds like a nut case making a threat against the people of England.
Meanwhile the people of England seem upset that radical Islamists were allowed to march around London calling for murder. And numerous individuals have complained that the police took no action against those calling for terrorist attacks on Europe. At least one of the Muslims was dressed as a suicide terrorist.
It is unfair to say that the police made no arrests however. But the people they choose to arrest were two counter protestors who had copies of the controversial cartoons duplicated for distribution. Police arrested them, held them for a few hours, and then released them.
Islamists in the West are doing precisely the same thing as fundamentalist Christians. Calvinist theocracy advocate Gary North has said he would "be blunt about it" and told fellow Christians "we must use the doctrine of religious liberty... until we train up a generation of people who know that there is no religious neutrality, no neutrel law, no neutrel education, and no neutrel civil government. Then they will get busy in constructing a Bible-based social, political and religious order which finaly denies the religious liberty of the enemies of God."