Austin Bay dropped the folowing comment in an entry pertaining to the Danish Cartoon Controversy:
The Danish â€œCartoon Warâ€ is an information warfare operation by conducted Islamist terror groups and at least two Middle Eastern dictatorships (Syria and Iran).
The imams reportedly spread lies that the Jyllands-Posten had 120 cartoons, not 12, and that the paper was owned by the government. (There are no state-run newspapers in Denmark.) In addition, the imams reportedly claimed that the Danish government would censor the Koran, burn the Koran, and that Danes were planning to make a blasphemous movie about Mohammed.
Read the whole thing. And, once again, the Philadelphia Inquirer comes through bigtime, with Trudy Rubin penning a piece on the lies the Danish imams were spreading, thus providing some mainstream media attention on the conspiracy.