Here's his quote:
"Although our tragedy in your killing of our women and children is a very great one, it paled when you went overboard in your unbelief and freed yourselves of the etiquettes of dispute and fighting and went to the extent of publishing these insulting drawings," he said. "This is the greater and more serious tragedy, and reckoning for it will be more severe."
Ok, so let's make sure everyone understands.
In Islam, it's bad to kill women and children.
But to give you some perspective on HOW bad it is, killing women and children "pales" in comparison to reprinting cartoons.
Now, as far as I can tell, printing cartoons, even offensive ones, is pretty much at the bottom of the list of things you shouldn't do for most other cultures.
So either Islam has virtually no concern for women and children or Islam knows something about cartoons that we don't know.
I wonder what reaction they'd have to a cartoon of Mohammed flying a jetliner into a kindergarten? Would it matter if it was a Jewish kindergarten?
Heckuva sense of priority in Islam...