The papers in Denmark that made the decision to show solidarity with the creators of the Muhammed cartoons is, of course, just another excuse for the Salah al-Din Brigades, the Popular Resistance Committees' military wing, to send more rockets into Israel.
The Salah al-Din Brigades, the Popular Resistance Committees' military wing, claimed responsibility for firing the rockets. The organization's spokesman, Muhammad Abed al-Aal, told Ynet that the firing operation, dubbed "the lines of fire", was a response to the "crimes of the Israeli occupation against the Palestinians," but also "in response to the cartoons published in Denmark degrading the memory of Prophet Muhammad.
"The Palestinian resistance has committed to respond to the cartoons, and this is our initial response," he added.
What kind of logic is there in sending more rockets into Sderot, which has been subject to rocket attacks consistently since before the Muhammed cartoons were ever created?
Lets look at their "logic":
Asked why the residents of Sderot and the Negev should pay the price for cartoons published in Denmark, Abed al-Aal responded, "The Jews have also hurt Islam and have also hurt the Koran in their prisons, as part of the plot to harm Islam and the memory and status of Prophet Muhammad.
"The Palestinian resistance will not let Israel's crimes and the smearing of Islam's symbols go unanswered," he said.
Oh yeah, Denmark and 23 other papers throughout republish the Muhammed cartoons in a show of solidarity to the foiled plot to kill the cartoonist that created the most controversial of the cartoons, with Muhammed's head wrapped in a turban that looks like a bomb, and their response is to send rockets into Israel?
Here ya go:
Come try that on the U.S. and you will see a response that will make Israel's cutting your power supplies look like a day in the park.
Come on Mr. Muhammad Abed al-Aal, LETS DANCE.