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For those of you who haven't heard, there is a good amount of controversy over the last two episodes of South Park and their use of the prophet Muhamed as a character.
If you don't know the details i won't go into it here but HERE is a good article explaining most of what you need to know. The short version is that some extremist groups issued threats against Trey Parker & Matt Stone and Comedy Central has since been editing and censoring South Park episodes to avoid angering the groups further.
As of now neither of the last two episodes are in re-runs or even available online at southparkstudios.com and I just noticed that they had also pulled the older episode "Super Best Friends," from streaming on the site, which depicted Muhamed without being censored before the situation became taboo.
So, what do you think? Should Parker and Stone be allowed their rights to creative expression, or should they willingly censor themselves to cater to the threats of some of these groups?
*Please note any outright hate speech in response will be removed. I will accept any opinion if it is well formed and stated, but I don't want to open a forum for hate speech.*