Generally speaking, Atheists fall into two camps. On the one hand, we have aggressive "New Atheists" who favor confrontation (Dawkins, Harris, Hitchens, PZ Myers, etc.) and on the other we have “Accommodationists” who favor a more traditional, respectful, less confrontational style. Both approaches have their strengths and weaknesses.
Draw Mohammad Day caters to the New Atheists in our group. It also offers an opportunity for the New Atheists and Accommodationists among us (as well as those in between) to discuss the relative merits and detriments of each approach.
Here are a few questions to get the conversation going;
What do you think of Thunderf00t's argument for freedom of speech? Does is justify a second Draw Mohammad Day?
Are death threats, violent behavior and murder an inexcusable reaction to displays of freedom of speech? Or are people who decide to use their freedom of speech in certain ways responsible for provoking this kind of behavior?