Following on threats to other bloggers (fellow Montgomery County resident Michelle Malkin, among others) for posting the cartoons that have inflamed the Muslim world, InstaPundit has posted two of the cartoons today. He did so to show solidarity with his fellow bloggers that have seen their sites attacked and received threats. He promises more cartoons will follow if those threatening the bloggers continue their actions.
Malkin offers superb coverage of the fallout from the cartoons' publication. She has posts up about death threats to the cartoonist (including from an Indian state-government minister), firey protest photos, and map of demonstrations.
Malkin also offers some coverage of a protest at the Danish Embassy in D.C. yesterday. For myself, I am constantly wondering if those protesting, burning embassies and consulates, and placing bounties on the heads of individuals over cartoons see the irony in using violence to insist that Islam is a religion of peace. Good job making your point guys.