More than just potentially compatible, we believe that Islam's historical record provides plenty of reasons to think that a viable exchange between Islamic and democratic principles will take place in the future.
Since when did the argument, "This should be banned because it's offensive and hurts our feelings!" start earning a place in any kind of rational discourse? Is sensitivity a prerequisite for freedom of expression?
A book entitled The Cartoons That Shook The World is being published without any of the cartoons in the book. It's the latest in a long series of Western reactions to violent threats to freedom of expression.