@A new low...
I think you're missing the point - this isn't a case of "lets piss off Muslims for fun". Revolution Muslim started this by threatening to kill the creators of a cartoon show for depicting a prophet in a teddy bear outfit (thus ensuring he wasn't being portrayed, and that it could be anyone in that bear suit, and a screen capture would give you no idea as to what it was about or who the guy in the suit was).
Lets put this in perspective - Lets say I belong to a religion where I believe that everyone who draws a picture of a sunny day should be put to death. Sounds silly yes, and you'd write me off as a kook and forget about it. Then when you draw a picture of a sunny day, I then directly threaten to kill you FOR DRAWING A SUNNY DAY. Suddenly I'm not just a kook, I'm a danger to your very life. On top of that, I've clearly lost all sense. Would you just roll over and say "Yeah, you're right. I'm wrong. Sorry, I'll never EVER draw a sunny day again"? I'd hope not.
There is a very real war going on here. Fundamentalist Islam is creeping into our lives from every angle. If fundamentalist Christianity was doing the same thing (and in the US you could argue it is) then people would see the threat the same way and treat it the same. Here in the UK we're already getting "suggestions" by some Muslims that office workers shouldn't eat during Ramadam as they consider it offensive. We already have Sharia courts, so Muslims can deal with things like theft, assault, infidelity, homosexuality etc in secret rather than report it to the police and follow UK law. And lets not forget that in Sharia Law many crimes are punishable by death. I'm a vegetarian, and I'd never "suggest" people not eat meat around me, even if I did find it offensive. If I don't like it, it's up to me to put up with it, or go somewhere else.
In my work I have met and worked with many different people from many different countries and religions, including Muslims. I particularly liked a man called Dhaffir who is an Iraqi but now lives in the the UK. He was funny and hard working with his own flourishing business - nothing like the hate mongerers who are now threatening democracy and our way of life.
Please understand this isn't about hating Muslims, or even hating Islam. It's about standing your ground when someone threatens your life or the lives of others for doing something so innocent as drawing on a piece of paper. Islam forbids the drawing of the prophet because they're terrified of idolatry, the same reason why ancient Mecca is being levelled. But really, do these people honestly believe anyone's going to worship teddy bears instead of Allah because of a South Park episode? Of course not, it's all about control and the need to feel superior, tied to the fact that they really do believe what they say they believe.
Freedom of speech means you can say things others don't agree with or even like. Nothing however gives you the right to threaten to kill others over a theological disagreement.
I'd much rather just get on with everyone - life and let live - but others do not share my viewpoint, and I'll be damned if I'll let them get away with it. World Peace doesn't come from people shouting "Do as we say or we'll kill you".