The recent story of an English teacher's arrest in Sudan for allowing her 7 year old school children to name a teddy bear "Mohhammed" points out a serious sensitivity problem....among Muslims.
While watching a Sudanese man on the news calling for this woman's death, I was reminded of how many fights used to start in schools and workplaces across the country. Somebody would say something about somebody else's mother, and it was on! This situation was diffused with a classic case of steering into the skid: The Yo' Momma Joke. Instead of refraining from saying anything bad about anyone's mother, people stayed up late thinking of new and more outrageous insults they could throw at each other in the name of Yo Momma. It turned into a game, an anti-hypersensitivity game.
Now we need to do the same thing and apply it to religion. I propose: The "Yo' Savior Joke". You don't have to single out anyone's savior by name. Keep it generic. Make it funny. Here are a few to help you get started:
"Your savior's so dumb he thinks an infidel is someone who can't play violin."
"Your savior's so fat, he ate the whale that ate Jonah."
"Your savior's so dumb he brought a shovel to the "holey war"
"Your savior's so fat, they had to use two crosses."
"Your savior's so lame, he brought Disco back from the dead."
"Your savior's so lame, he turns water into Zima."
"Your savior's so lame, instead of parting the Red Sea, he gave it a perm."
"Your savior's so dumb he thinks reincarnation is using evaporated milk twice."
"Your savior's so dumb he thinks a tithe is something one wears with a thuite."
you can even go after non-religious icons (can't leave the atheists out):
"Your savior's so dumb he thought hemlock meant the cup had reinforced stitching."
Spread the word. Remember, offending people is the whole point, so don't pull your punches. Just keep it generic and make it funny. Together we can save the world from the scourge of hyper-sensitivity.