I like the way the Guardian is handling it -- rather than saying, like CNN, "We're not showing you what all the fuss is about because we don't want to offend Muslims," they say where you can find the cartoons and provide you with a link.
On the other hand, their idea of "only" is a bit different from mine -- when they say,
In Britain, a poll of Muslims last night found evidence of growing alienation, with four in 10 calling for religious sharia law to be imposed in parts of the UK with a mainly Muslim population. The law specifies stonings and amputations as punishments, and involves religious police bringing suspects before courts.
One in five also expressed some sympathy with the 'feelings and motives' of the July 7 bombers. However the survey for the Sunday Telegraph found 91 per cent still felt loyal to Britain and only one per cent actually backed the London bomb attacks.
I hear "only one per cent" and I realize that that's over 15,000 people living in England who cheered on those attacks. Sounds a bit like the kind of people to make me totally terrified....