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    (CNN)"Would cheap wow gold you tell a joke mocking the Prophet Mohammed?"Being a comedian who is Muslim, I can't tell you how many times I've been asked that question over the years. And in the aftermath of the terrorist attack in Paris, I am again being asked it over and over.My answer before the attack was that I have never told jokes mocking the Prophet Mohammed, nor have I told jokes mocking Jesus, Moses or any other religious figures. And now after the attack, I'm certainly not going to go out of my way to write jokes about those subjects. I refuse to alter my freedom of expression because of terrorists.Yet some mostly on the right have insisted to me, via social media, that I must now do jokes mocking the Prophet Mohammed. They frame it bizarrely as a litmus test for my patriotism to America or my support for freedom of expression. (In fact, I have organized a comedy benefit in New York for next week in defense of freedom of expression that will features mostly, but not all, Muslim comedians.)But what jokes are acceptable to show should be the choice of every media outlet, just as it's the choice of every comedian to decide which jokes he or she wants to tell.Freedom of expression encompasses both the choice to say what you want and to refrain from saying things you don't want to.So why won't I tell jokes about religious figures? It has nothing to do with religious beliefs. The reason, simply put, is that my comedy focuses on mocking the people in power; the ones who are committing the bad acts or holding elected office (and often those two are the same.) The Prophet Mohammed died nearly 1,500 years ago. He isn't doing anything. ISIS, al Qaeda and the like are, so they are the ones I will continue to mock.This is the same reasoning that guided me and my co director, Negin Farsad, in our choices for the 2012 comedy documentary "The Muslims Are Coming!" The film, which uses humor to counter misconceptions about Muslims, also comically mocks the anti Muslim bigots. But even though some of these haters were self proclaimed Christian leaders, like the Rev. Pat Robertson and the American Family Association's Bryan Fischer, we didn't mock Jesus for their actions. No, we went after the people spewing the hate.Still I was curious as to how my fellow comedians, especially the Muslim ones, would respond to the Paris attack. Would it change their comedy in any way? Would it make them more defiant in their content choices? Would any be more hesitant to do certain jokes?So I asked about 20 comedians, via social media and email, about the Paris attack.Regardless of whether they were Muslims living in Cairo or atheists living in New York, the comics' responses were consistent: They denounced the Paris attack and stood up for freedom of expression. That was true even for some of the Muslim comedians, who acknowledged that they could understand why the cartoons of the Prophet Mohammed could offend people. But none of the Muslim comedians said they were personally offended. (Generally, it takes a lot to offend a comedian!)


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