An artist, Molly Norris, became outraged over the South Park episode of editing parts of the show to appease threats of violence from Muslim fanatics and Muslim bullies. So she drew a cartoon that declared May 20, 2010 as "Everybody Draw Mohammed Day" and went viral all over the Internet. I referenced a newspaper article on this (see here), where Ms. Norris decided to keep the cartoon up, but not be involved in any crusade. Here is the original cartoon. The one on her site is now edited to water it down a bit.
Here is what Ms. Norris said on her site (as of this posting--as it appears that she has changed this several times since the thing erupted):
I make cartoons about current, cultural events. I made a cartoon of a 'poster' entitled "Everybody Draw Mohammed Day!" with a nonexistent group's name -- Citizens Against Citizens Against Humor -- drawn on the cartoon also. I did not intend for my cartoon to go viral. I did not intend to be the focus of any 'group'. I practice the first amendment by drawing what I wish. This particular cartoon of a 'poster' seems to have struck a gigantic nerve, something I was totally unprepared for. I am going back to the drawing table now!
Some groups are using this to advance an anti-Islam agenda and some are using it to stand up against the bullies.
My intent here is to stand up against the bullies, but this one is going to be really hard to control. Still, that's my intent. I hope this, instead of bigotry, is the same for most of the readers, also. This issue is freedom of speech and bashing the bullies right back, not the "all Muslims, or Mohammed, or Islam, are evil and need to be destroyed by violence" message.
If anybody wishes to add other sites discussing this, or drawings, etc., go for it. Even the more spiteful stuff (but no porn, please).