Mahmud: Limits of Satire.
The author deals with the firing of a cartoonist over a piece that ran in a Bangladeshi newspaper. He correctly points out, "It's not about Islam or Mohammed." I made a similar point a few days ago:
Muhammad and Islam are outside the bounds of criticism and satire -- even when they are not the intended target of such sport.
Back to Mahmud:
Is the belief of the faithful so weak that this cartoon poking fun at a kind of murkho believer can shake it? If so, the faithful should be advised to not read satirical magazines. Or newspapers. They are bound to find many things there that might disturb their faith.
Reality disturbs their faith. Period.