Harvey is available to subscribers to his website at RCHarvey. And in Denmark, a prominent Danish imam urged rioting youth to stop setting fires and hurling rocks at police. My reaction is at least fourfold: The book, which is available on Amazon, can be downloaded on Kindle. By that time, it seems safe to say that literally thousands of stories had appeared in the various media about those 12 Danish editorial cartoons and their repercussions. Seriously, how hard could it have been? The 12 cartoons were therefore used:
Muslims protest Danish Muhammad cartoons
Thousands of residents in the conservative Gaza Strip ruled by the militant Islamic Hamas movement marched in the Jebaliya refugee camp chanting: Worst Movies of All Time: For Salama A Salama , "the tension is easy to explain. If he takes action, everybody will know that Denmark's export trade takes precedence over its principles. It is in fact the very irreverence of the images that clearly accounts for much of the anger expressed by Muslims. Like the Christian ban, the Islamic ban on images of the Prophet was always the subject of infringement down the ages, writes Jane Kramer in The New Yorker. I seem to remember a long, spirited thread at the erstwhile TCJ messageboard concerning this little bit of history, with many interesting takes on the issues in question from many intelligent people.
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Carsten Juste , editor in chief of Jyllands-Posten publishes an open letter addressed to Muslims all over the world in which he apologises for the cartoons' impact in English and Arabic: By Andre Glucksmann read more. We are, for example, one of the countries that provides the most foreign aid per capita in the world. The author points out that in neo-Nazi violence, there are many more cases of racist violence than in Denmark. In such a milieu, an independent voice of secular reason quickly becomes a provocation.
John Paul II is beatified. In the West Bank city of Nablus, Palestinian gunmen kidnapped a German citizen from a hotel restaurant and threatened to seize more foreigners. And that is the case with these much-discussed cartoons. The anger has been provoked by associating Islam with terrorism, something which, as everybody is aware, was not invented by Stuttmann. In Copenhagen, about people protested peacefully in a march organized by the radical Muslim group Hizb ut-Tahrir. By James Janega, Tribune staff reporter February 17, By Alan Posener read more.