Danish Cartoons Swirl around the Troubled World
Danish Cartoons no matter how we agree or disagree on them became a true global crisis. 12 cartoons of prophet Muhammed had to involve; governments, international organizations, presidents, ministers, Ambassadors, politicians and most importantly extremist Islamic groups in Europe who decided to stretch their muscles on the western world by talently playing masses of Muslims from around the globe. Here are the consequences and repercussions of the Danish cartoons published by Jyllands-Posten in Septemeber and were re-printed in Cairo, Egypt in October by Al fagr.
- A total of 11 journalists in five countries facing prosecution for their decision to publish some of the cartoons.
- At least 50 people were killed in protests in the Middle East, Asia and Africa over the past month over cartoons.
- Political struggle involves emerging Islamic political movements, like Hamas in the Palestinian territories and the Muslim Brotherhood in Egypt, and governments like Syria and Iran.
- Secular governments who always wanted to prove they are in control of Islamist groups proved to a great nest and harbor for a monster beneath that awaits opportunties to burn and torch.
- In Libya, where spontaneous protests are unheard of, allowing demonstrations against the cartoons seemed a safe bet for the authorities - until the protesters began criticizing the government.
- Muslims know how to lose, better than how to use, opportunities.
- Condemnation and apology proved to be ineffective to calm down the masses of angry Muslims.
- Hypocrisy of the Muslim world after I proved that cartoons were published last October 2005.
- With the Islamization of the societies, the list of taboos has been increasing daily. No more writings about religion as well as politics or women's rights.
- Moderate voices were arrested for publishing the cartoons in the Arab world while extremist religious men of cloth are walking free.
- Papers that wanted to get famous and get their names well-known reprinted the cartoons to run in the news. Danish Cartoons became a commercial profitable business for some papers.
- The European Union's representative to Sudan said the controversy over the prophet drawings sparked attacks on foreign aid workers in the troubled Darfur region.
- Anti Cartoon protests developed into anti-Christian riots, as anger at the drawings was exploited in Nigeria.
- The Muslim leadership in the West is far stronger. Muslim leaders in Denmark were instrumental in transforming their local row into a global confrontation.
- Moderate Muslims in Denmark, led by Naser Khadr, establish "Moderate Moslem"-Network.
- In Denmark, Prime Minister Anders Fogh Rasmussen said the freedom of speech and the freedom of the press are not up for negotiation.
- Danish Prime Minister Anders Fogh Rasmussen said yesterday the authorities have taken "all the necessary steps" to protect the cartoonists behind the Prophet Muhammad drawings.
- Denmark has withdrawn its diplomats from Lebanon, Syria, Iran, Indonesia and Pakistan after attacks on Danish embassies in those countries.
- Danish Foreign Minister Per Stig Moeller claimed that extremist elements were continuing to foment anger over the cartoons and suggested Al-Qaeda was exploiting the uproar.
- A Pakistani cleric who offered a $1.3 million bounty for killing one of the artists.
- Muslims protesting the publication in European media of cartoons depicting Mohammed have once again directed their anger at the United States despite the fact most American mainstream newspapers have not reproduced them.
- According to Zone-H.org, more than 2,000 web servers worldwide were attacked since February 16, 2006, after the Danish newspaper Jyllands-Posten decided to publish the cartoons in September 2005.
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