|In Somalia, protesters held placards reading, "I am Muslim and I love my Prophet."|
1. It is wrong to murder.
2. It is wrong to degrade people by calling them things like a "&%$#^!."
It is against the law to murder; it is not against the law to call people names and make fun of them. But both are examples of subhumanity. Both are immoral. Both are ineffective in making this world better.
I don't think governments should try to legislate all of morality. But humane, moral, loving people should self-legislate and not participate in hate-language. Hate-language breeds hatred. (See here, e.g., as the rage-war builds - grâce Charlie...)
This is why Je ne suis pas Charlie, and Je ne suis pas Isis.