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During the interview, Westergaard refuses to apologize for freedom of speech, saying he would do it all over again if given a chance; then Ahmad becomes furious and tries to end the interview and stop the camera crew from filming. See also: Numerous violent plots related to the cartoons have been discovered in the years since the main protests in early 2006. Jyllands-Posten has been described as conservative and it was supportive of the then-ruling party. Generally, Danes give you a fair shake. Contributions must be attributed to Wikinews; see for details.

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Several Western embassies were attacked; the Danish and Austrian embassies in Lebanon and the Norwegian and Danish representations in Syria were severely damaged. Flemming Rose said he did not expect a violent reaction, and talked about what the incident implies about the relationship between the West and the Muslim world. The three fake additional images , even though they had nothing whatsoever to do with the Jyllands-Posten cartoons and were probably fabricated by the creators of the Akkari-Laban dossier itself for the very purpose of stirring up controversy. Websites produced by and for Muslims have shown the cartoons or linked to them. Mohammed destroying the pagan idols in Mecca.

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Charlie Hebdo′s Muhammad cartoons

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Randall Hansen said that laws against holocaust denial were not directly comparable with restrictions on social satire, so could not be considered a double standard unless one believed in an absolute right to freedom of speech, and that those who do would doubtless oppose holocaust denial laws. The cover, showing Mohammed riding on Buraq, his magical flying animal. It said, Serious misunderstandings in respect of some drawings of the Prophet Mohammed have led to much anger. Mohammed in a cave seeing an apparition of the Angel Gabriel. My head is about to explode of anger concerning the insult to my person. Danish freedom of expression is quite far-reaching—even by Western European standards—although it is subject to some legal restrictions dealing with libel, hate speech, blasphemy and defamation. One of the other two additional images a photograph portrayed a Muslim being mounted by a dog while praying, and the other a cartoon portrayed Muhammad as a demonic paedophile.

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Note that some listed sources or external links may no longer be available online due to age. Muslim groups in complained, and the issue eventually led to protests around the world, including violent demonstrations and riots in some. This is what creates terrorism and begets violence. Only one case, a 1938 case involving an anti-Semitic group, has ever resulted in a sentence. Numerous for their decision or intention to re-publish the cartoons. . There have also been death threats against the artists.

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Protest held against Muhammad caricatures in Paris

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Three artists declined Bluitgen's proposal out of fear of reprisals. Peter Hervik said that the cartoon controversy must be seen in the context of an increasingly politicised media environment in Denmark since the 1990s, increasingly negative coverage of Islam and the Muslim minority in Denmark, anti-Muslim rhetoric from the governing political parties, and government policies such as restrictions on immigration and the abolishment of the Board for Ethnic Equality in 2002. In Canada a human rights commission investigated , a magazine which published the cartoons, but found insufficient grounds to proceed with a human rights tribunal which does not imply criminal charges, but is a quasi-judicial, mandatory process against the publication. That is why Morgenavisen Jyllands-Posten has invited members of the Danish editorial cartoonists union to draw Muhammad as they see him. Copyright on images may vary, please check individual image pages prior to duplication. A one-day strike and sleep-in were planned, but never took place. The group was given high level access on these trips through their contacts in the Egyptian and Lebanese embassies.

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One liberal website said Muslims were making a mountain out of a molehill. The images below are sample pages taken from the book titled Koranen og profeten Muhammeds liv, or The Koran and the life of the prophet Mohammed in English , which overall features dozens of drawings of Mohammed. An English transcript of an interview with Kurt Westergaard the artist who drew the most famous of the 12 cartoons, showing Mohammed with a bomb in his turban can be found though it currently seems to be offline ; the interview also includes Kasem Said Ahmad, one of the Danish imams who traveled to the Middle East to stir up anger about the cartoons. There have since been angry and sometimes violent protests across the Islamic world, and in Britain and France. The cartoons were not reprinted in any major newspapers in Canada, the United Kingdom, or many in the United States where articles covered the story without including them. Many commentators see the cartoons as a response to this. This would be an experiment to see the degree to which professional illustrators felt threatened.

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Mohammed cartoons reprinted in Die Welt

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On 1 January 2010, police used firearms to stop a would-be assassin in Westergaard's home. Danish Institute for International Studies. What are the issues raised by the cartoons? Mohammed and his child-bride Aisha. Some protesters carried and flags. Politiken Jyllands-Posten ever since the cartoon scandal broke.

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In the 1970s Muslims arrived from Turkey, Pakistan, Morocco and Yugoslavia to work. In the years since, jihadist terrorist plots claiming to be in retaliation for the cartoons have been planned, and some executed, against targets affiliated with Jyllands-Posten and its employees, Denmark, or newspapers that published the cartoons and other caricatures of , most notably the in 2015. They presented a dossier containing the twelve blasphemous cartoons from the Jyllands-Posten, and other blasphemous depictions of Mohammed alongside them, some real and some fake, including one where they claimed he was portrayed as a pig, seen as in Islam and therefore additionally inflammatory. The Islamic Faith Community and four mosques from around the country were represented. The newspaper Jyllands-Posten issued a call for submissions from any artists willing to take up the challenge. To the left I have added the old drawing of Mohammad, because it started it all.

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