Archived from the original on 8 February Views Read Edit View history. Archived from the original on 10 February National Business Review. As of 2 Marchat least people have died primarily during riots stemming from protests. Bomb disposal experts searched the home in order to ensure that a device had not been planted.
The editorial cartoon indicates that it is the Chicago Sun-Times position that Islam is a violent religion.
Focus How cartoons fanned flames of Muslim rage Media The Guardian
I called the Sun-Times editorial page. The Jyllands-Posten Muhammad cartoons were first published by Jyllands-Posten in late . The American newspaper New York Sun publishes two of the cartoons.
British Muslims gather in London to protest against Muhammad cartoons World news The Guardian
Other groups represented were Muslims, Danish anti-racists, and a group. Peter Hervik said that the cartoon controversy must and the Muslim minority in Denmark, anti-Muslim.
Archived from the original on 4 February The protests continued in February.
My letter of protest to the paper, though welcomed by the editor, seems to have fallen on deaf ears - perhaps obstinate ears. The journalist Flemming Rose published his page book Tavshedens Tyranni Tyranny of Silence on the fifth anniversary of the first publishing of the cartoons.
Chicago SunTimes Relentless in AntiIslam Cartoons — CAIRChicago
BBC's dilemma over cartoons.
what were described as anti-Muslim statements that had been made by Manuscript of the Mihr va Mushtari (Sun and Jupiter) of Muhammed 'Assar of. But just how did a series of second-rate cartoons buried deep inside the prompting vicious, anti-Muslim comments on Danish talk shows.
Secondly, I vow to redouble my own commitment to dialogue and education, these — and not anger - are the most effective weapons against ignorance.
BBC NEWS Special Reports Q&A The Muhammad cartoons row
Archived from the original on 17 May There have since been angry and sometimes violent protests across the Islamic world, and in Britain and France. Der Spiegel.
Diplomatic protests by governments of Islamic countries started in Octoberescalating to the closure of embassies. Widespread student outrage ensues—although the National Secular Society leaps to the editor's defense—and Clare punitively cuts the paper's funding in response the incident, as well as destroying most copies of the newspaper. National Business Review.
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|A few days ago, members of our media monitor team were quite disturbed to note the publication of the above cartoon portraying the Prophet Muhammad, yet again, as a violent hooligan.
The man attempted unsuccessfully to break down the door of the panic room while shouting swear words. National Business Review. The editorial cartoon indicates that it is the Chicago Sun-Times position that Islam is a violent religion.
Jyllands-Posten's culture editor, Flemming Rose, says he did not ask the illustrators to draw satirical caricatures of Muhammad. In Beirutthousands of people protested on the streets, and the Danish General Consulate was stormed and set on fire. How did the row develop?