Look at the guy on the left. He's cracking a huge smile.
Actually, the real tidbit is this passage from the Daily Mail story.
So, according to the ul-Haq, the west is accusing Muslims of extremism and terrorism--which he wants us to know is incorrect and insulting--therefore "if someone exploded a bomb on his body he would be right to do so." One assumes this person exploding "a bomb on his body" isn't doing this at home when no one else is around but rather would be in a public area so many people could witness this act of protest. Isn't suicide bombing synonymous with extremism and terrorism? Maybe ul-Haq didn't think about what he was saying....
"This is an occasion for the world's 1.5billion Muslims to look at the seriousness of this decision," said Mohammed Ijaz ul-Haq, Pakistan's religious affairs minister.
"The West is accusing Muslims of extremism and terrorism," he told his country's parliament.
"If someone exploded a bomb on his body he would be right to do so, unless the British government apologises and withdraws the 'sir' title."
The parliament in Islamabad - supposedly a key ally in the war on terror - then backed a government-sponsored motion demanding an apology and the withdrawal of the honour from the The Satanic Verses author.