ANSWER: Give them a little more time, it takes a while for them to get worked up into a lather. After the industrial strength Mohammed cartoons posted in the Jyllands-Poston in September 2005, it took 2 weeks before an estimated 3,500 Muslims in Denmark conducted a somewhat peaceful protest. Leadership had been caught flat-footed, so it took a while to incite enough soldiers of Allah to give a good bloody show of outrage.In November, several European newspapers re-published the images, triggering more protests. The deluge of foul spirits actually didn't began to ramp up until January of 2006, nearly 3 1/2 months later combining with a boycott of Danish goods. Several countries withdrew their ambassadors to Denmark, and widespread protests, some of them violent, flourished across Muslim lands great and small. The protests continued in February.
In Damascus, Syria, both the Norwegian embassy and a building containing the Dane, Dutch, and Chilean embassies were stormed and set on fire by protesters. In Beirut, thousands of people protested on the streets, and the Danish General Consulate was stormed and set on fire. By March of 2006, at least 139 people died primarily during riots stemming from protests.
These outbursts have the West trembling in its spit-shined shoes clinging to its money clips, little black books, and a horde of phony belief in their own personal santimony, terrified of a disruption in their wonderful daily lives, ignoring the threat posed by these pirates stealth and noisy, some sophisticated, others filled with snot, drunk on false religion. But alas, there comes a time when men and women are called to stand firm, risk all, face the beastly threat with all might and all faith in the One Who will deliver His people from the loquacious evil already festering within.
Thanks, Mackie, I needed that..