Rage Boy made an appearance here last September.
Now, Christopher Hitchens writes about the same lovely fellow:
[...] how are we to know what will incite such rage? A caricature published in Copenhagen appears to do it. A crass remark from Josef Ratzinger (leader of an anti-war church) seems to have the same effect. A rumor from Guantanamo will convulse Peshawar, the Muslim press preaches that the Jews brought down the Twin Towers, and a single citation in a British honors list will cause the Iranian state-run press to repeat its claim that the British government—along with the Israelis, of course—paid Salman Rushdie to write The Satanic Verses to begin with. Exactly how is such a mentality to be placated?
That's the problem, isn't it? When one tries to appease irrational and immoral people, Enlightenment Values get butchered.
But, then, one has to first comprehend and admit that such personalities are irrational and immoral -- a big no-no in our multicultural society.