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What’s happening with the Royal Canberra Show? Subscribe for unlimited access to news. Return to the homepage by clicking on the site logo. Mohammed by publishing a series of 12 drawings after a local author said he was unable to find any artist willing to depict Mohammed for his upcoming illustrated book. Islamic world, and has led to the burning of embassies and a boycott of Denmark by Muslim nations. Notice that there were only 12 cartoons.
Muslims because they reprinted the cartoons only for the purpose of criticizing them. It is me on the right. My head is about to explode of anger concerning the insult to my person. At the same time I am angry about the actions of terror in New York, Madrid and London.
I had a special personal relation to New York. I loved to sit in the wonderful bookstore, Borders, in the World Trade Center. To the left I have added the old drawing of Mohammad, because it started it all. The hare symbolizes my own personal courage, which is not that big. It is the part of me, which maybe prefers to get away, and that cannot control everything. Thanks to: Infidel Blogger’s Alliance. Danish Muslims who assembled it, Akhmad Akkari and Imam Ahmad Abu Laban.
Akkari-Laban dossier itself for the very purpose of stirring up controversy. They are presented below, taken from the PDF of the full dossier. Thanks to: Gerry, Martin H. The first image showed a man wearing a pig snout mask, singing into a microphone, under a Danish caption that reads, “This is the true picture of Muhammed. Mohammed, Denmark, or the “cartoon controversy” in any way. Even so, the imams passed it off as a blasphemous image of Mohammed to demonstrate to Muslims worldwide just how disrepectful Danes were toward Islam.
The next image showed a crudely Photoshopped picture of dog humping a Muslim kneeling in prayer, under a caption that says in Danish, “This is why Muslims pray. The fake image didn’t even purport to show Mohammed at all, and was included in the dossier simply to infuriate Muslim sensibilities. Thanks to: Daniel and Ken. The last of the three fake images was a simplistic sketch of Mohammed as a demon with his penis hanging out, under the caption, “The pedophile ‘prophet’ Muhammed. Mohammed” that were actually mostly just reproductions of well-known artworks which had been given new titles — identifying for example the Mona Lisa or a chair or an abstract shape as being pictures of “Mohammed. Dadaist principles of Marcel Duchamp and René Magritte who pointed out that any image can be said to represent anything we want it to — an obtuse postmodern philosophy that probably went right over the heads of the Islamic fundamentalists who saw the page. Kasem Said Ahmad, one of the Danish imams who traveled to the Middle East to stir up anger about the cartoons.
Ahmad becomes furious and tries to end the interview and stop the camera crew from filming. The entire controversy started when Danish author Kåre Bluitgen complained that he could not find an artist brave enought to illustrate his upcoming book about Mohammed. The artist created the illustrations on one condition only: that he remain anonymous. The cover, showing Mohammed riding on Buraq, his magical flying animal. Mohammed in a cave seeing an apparition of the Angel Gabriel.
Mohammed converting seven Arabian demons to Islam. Mohammed and his child-bride Aisha. Angels helping Mohammed and his followers in battle. A tribe of Jews being massacred on Mohammed’s orders. Mohammed “looking for loot” in the desert. Mohammed destroying the pagan idols in Mecca. Muslims in battle against infidels.