Certainly it was juvenile, offensive, and an attention getter but his life was never in jeopardy. There were protests made and they were largely against the idea that this display was publicly funded. But no one responded in the same way then as they have against Pamela Geller.But my sensibilities consider that quite different from gratuitously drawing ridiculing cartoons of Jesus. I considered the "art" piece, the crucifix in piss (I believe it was) to be a fair expression of the "artists" free speech. But I also considered it gratuitously offensive, of no value, mean spirited and something I would never go and look at. It's also something that I would never produce myself.
You share the same opinion as the Jihadists and you may be right that it will never happen again. Do you expect more threats from Muslims, perhaps a larger contingent the next time, if a similar contest be held?This straw man argument that somebody wants to censor somebodies free speech is a facade for bigots, and nasty and hateful people who have nothing better to do than spew their hatred. And knuckle dragging mouth breathers lined up in Gellers studio to draw their cute little cartoons. Bet non of them will participate in such a childish game again though.