This Feb. 6, 2006, New York Times article analysed the escalating violence of Muslim protests against the Danish cartoons that depicted Muhammad as a terrorist.
Read a 2006 article by Hesham A. Hassaballa arguing that many Muslims were outraged over the cartoons controversy because of the lack of respect it conveyed towards them.
Read a 2006 article by Mark Levine arguing that the Danish cartoons controversy tell us more about Western fears of Islam than they do about Muslim attitudes.
Read this Feb. 8, 2006, New York Times story about the power of religious imagery.
Read a Feb. 8, 2006, Christian Science Monitor story about how the Danish cartoons controversy spurred charges from Muslims claiming they enjoyed fewer free speech rights in Europe.
Report on religion in Northern Europe.
Report on religion in Denmark.
Report on religion in the Faroe Islands of Denmark.
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