American embassies around the globe are under seige this week as Muslims protest an American film "The Innocence of Muslims," which protestors say insults the Prophet Muhammad and denegrates Islam. (Incidentally, the movie trailer has gotten far more dislikes than likes on YouTube - 67,000 dislikes to 26,400 likes.)
Newsweek magazine's cover this week "Muslim rage" got somewhat humorous responses from Muslims around the world.
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Islamic studies professor Omid Safi said the Muhammad would have chosen mercy not violence in the face of this controversy.
And Lebanon's Hezbollah leader Sayyed Hassan issued a fatwa against "Innocence of Muslims" producer, cast and crew on Monday (Sept. 17).
Coincidentally, September 30 is International Blasphemy Rights Day, a campaign for free expression.
So how much blasphemy is too much blasphemy? Where do you draw the line in comments about your belief system or diety or major religious figure?