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Danish newspaper says won't print Prophet cartoons
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Danish newspaper says won't print Prophet cartoons

The Jyllands-Posten House in Copenhagen is seen in this September 27, 2009 file photo. Credit: Reuters/Scanpix/Martin Sylvest Andersen/Files (Reuters) - Danish newspaper Jyllands-Posten, which angered Muslims by publishing cartoons of the ... Reuters, 3 weeks ago

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'Jihadis want to assassinate me. But I refuse to be condemned to a tyranny of deathly silence': Cry of defiance from Danish editor who printed first controversial cartoons

Flemming Rose is the Foreign Editor of Jyllands-Posten in Holland He was put on a jihadi hit-list after publishing anti-Islam cartoons in 2005 His cartoonist colleague survived an assassination attempt in his home Here, he reflects on the Charlie ...
 Capital Bay2 weeks ago Excerpt: The Tyranny of Silence by Flemming Rose  ABC News2 weeks ago
Copenhagen Post

Up in 2015: Exports, consumption, employment and house prices

Companies and commentators are optimistic about the Danish economy in 2015. If predictions are to be believed, the economy will grow, boosted by increased exports and private consumption. What's more, jobs will be created and house prices will rise ...
 Copenhagen Post2 weeks ago
Asiaone

2 armed suspects 'cornered in house' in northern France: Media reports

PARIS - Two brothers wanted for the attack on French satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo have been cornered by security officers in a house in northern France, French media and a police source said late on Thursday. Cherif Kouachi, 32, and his ...
 Asiaone3 weeks ago Terrorists attack media house in France, 12 dead  Daily Newswatch3 weeks ago Gunmen kill 12 in terror attack on Paris media house  Navhind Times3 weeks ago Terror of hypocrisy  Indian Express1 week ago
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DNA India

White House condemns Paris shooting in the "strongest possible terms"

A journalist works in the Paris newsroom of French satirical weekly Charlie Hebdo, in this February 9, 2006 file photo. Reuters The White House condemned the attack in the "strongest possible terms," while British Prime Minister David Cameron ...
 DNA India3 weeks ago

Africa: Charlie Hebdo - How Fair Is the Media?

The cartoon series on prophet Mohammed, insulting to Muslims, was clearly intended to provoke. While expression of opinion is part of democracy, the French government, on the one hand, ignored this conscious bigotry; on the other, it shut up a ...
 AllAfrica.com18 hours ago
Stars and Stripes

Marble Frieze at U.S. Supreme Court Depicts Muhammed

Among ancient lawmakers including Moses, Solomon and Charlemagne featured in a marble frieze on the Supreme Court building in Washington D.C. stands the Prophet Muhammed, dressed in long robes and carrying a sword. His inclusion caused a ...
 NewsMax.com4 days ago Prophet Image at U.S. Supreme Court Shows Taboos Aren't Eternal  Bloomberg4 days ago Muhammad's image at Supreme Court shows taboos aren't eternal  Stars and Stripes2 days ago

Murdering Freedom of Speech

The spectre of more jihadi attacks and bloody protests in response to the Charlie Hebdo covers will test the resolve of Western states and the media. However, the corollary to "Je suis Charlie" is most likely "Je suis Charlie until je get scared ...
 Huffington Post3 days ago
SPi World News

Freedom of speech: The sound of silence

IN 2011 Charlie Hebdo, a French satirical newspaper, was firebombed. Its editor, St├ęphane Charbonnier, was asked if he could understand that moderate Muslims might have been offended by its cartoons of the Prophet Muhammad. Of course! he replied.
 Social Dashboard6 days ago Freedom of Speech or the Tyranny of Silence?  RCL Advisors2 weeks ago
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Copenhagen Post

An Actor's Life: Religious intolerance is nothing new

During William Shakespeare's lifetime, England was a nation in crisis. Henry VIII's Reformation Act to separate it from Rome was in full force under the leadership of Elizabeth I, the country's first Protestant queen and a virgin to boot. Lend me ...
 Copenhagen Post6 days ago
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