When was the first cartoon of Muhammad published?
The controversial cartoons of Muhammad, as they were first published in Jyllands-Posten in September 2005 ( English version ). The headline, “Muhammeds ansigt”, means “The face of Muhammad”.
Who is the artist of the exploding head Mohammed cartoon?
In early 2008, Kurt Westergaard, the artist who drew the original “exploding head” Mohammed, drew this follow-up version of it, which he explained thusly: “It is me on the right. My head is about to explode of anger concerning the insult to my person.
When did the Danish newspaper reprint the Mohammed cartoons?
Notice that there were only 12 cartoons. (Thanks to: Joanna.) As seen here, on May 28, 2006, the left-wing Danish newspaper Politiken also reprinted the cartoons, thinking themselves immune to attacks from Muslims because they reprinted the cartoons only for the purpose of criticizing them.
What did the Charlie Hebdo cartoon say about Muhammad?
In 2011, headlined by a cartoon reading “100 lashes if you don’t die of laughter,” an issue invited Muhammad to be a “guest editor” for the weekly. The Charlie Hebdo offices were firebombed following its publication. Charlie Hebdo’s website was hacked following a 2011 cartoon depicting the Prophet Muhammad as gay.
Why are the cartoons of Muhammad a good idea?
These cartoons are a good idea, because Muslims have been hoodwinked so long, that finally having to face the truth is the first step in their freedom from these Gestapo-like mullahs and imams who have been brain-washing Muslims for far too long (1374 yrs)…
Are there any cartoons of Muhammad in Europe?
Actually, the European Cartoons (some shown below), are not nearly as honest as this first (American) Cartoon below: Newspapers across Europe have reprinted caricatures of Muhammad to show support for a Danish paper whose cartoons have sparked Muslim outrage. Christians & Jewish martyrs say; “I will die for what I believe” .