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The Mohammed Cartoons and other riot-inducing images

By Michelle Malkin  •  January 9, 2015 11:28 AM

Lan astaslem: I will not submit/surrender. The Danish cartoons Longtime readers know that nine years ago, after I helped spearhead a Mohammed Cartoon blogburst in support of the Danish cartoonists at the Jyllands-Posten newspaper, my site was targeted by jihadist hackers who launched DDOS attacks for nearly a week, along with the usual death threats. […]

The new forbidden cartoons: Muslim Minnie and Mickey Mouse

By Michelle Malkin  •  June 28, 2011 10:21 PM

You know what I always say: It never ends. The Cartoon Jihad of the Religion of Perpetual Outrage never ends. Our latest conflagration has Egyptian (of course) sharia-enforcers (dubbed “conservatives” by BBC dhimmis) in a frenzy over a Coptic Christian businessman’s tweet of what they consider a lewd photo. The offending photo was…a joke image […]

It never ends: Jihadi attack on Danish cartoonist

By Michelle Malkin  •  January 1, 2010 11:52 PM

How about kicking off the New Year with a stark reminder that jihadists don’t just hate us because of Iraq and Afghanistan? The Religion of Perpetual Outrage hates all infidels. The targeting of the Danish Mohammed cartoonists is a lingering pretext to demonstrate that centuries-old, Koran-inspired hatred. If it isn’t cartoons, it’s always something else. […]

Mohammed Cartoons redux: Make no apology for defending Western values; Update: Obama bows again

By Michelle Malkin  •  April 6, 2009 08:14 AM

Scroll for updates…Obama’s assuaging message to the Muslim world… There is a reason we call Muslim mau-mau-ers the Religion of Perpetual Outrage. They will never give up until you give in. Three years after the Mohammed Cartoon conflagration, the grievance-mongers are still trying to extract contrition out of the Danes and others who stood up […]

"Blow up the Danish embassies and kill the ambassadors"

By Michelle Malkin  •  February 18, 2008 09:51 AM

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Yemeni editor fined for Mo cartoons

By Michelle Malkin  •  December 6, 2006 09:01 AM

The verdict is in on Yemeni editor Muhammad Assadi of the Yemen Observer, who faced a possible death sentence for publishing the Mohammed Cartoons earlier this year. It’s a small relief, but still a fundamental travesty. Via BBC: A Yemeni editor has been fined for reprinting controversial cartoons about the Prophet Muhammad from a Danish […]

Still paying the pricefor printing those cartoons

By Michelle Malkin  •  November 26, 2006 09:57 AM

Kamal al-Olufi: Sentenced and censored (Source: Yemen Observer) Muhammad al-Asadi: Awaiting a verdict An editor received his punishment for “insulting Islam” in Yemen this weekend–one year in jail and a six-month newspaper shutdown (via BBC): A court in Yemen has sentenced a newspaper editor to a year in jail for reprinting Danish cartoons depicting the […]

HARPER’S PUBLISHES MO CARTOONS

By Michelle Malkin  •  May 17, 2006 07:48 AM

Finally, a major liberal American publication takes the plunge and dares to print the Mohammed Cartoons in full. Better late than never (the conservative Weekly Standard published the cartoons in its Feb. 20, 2006 issue). Hat tip: reader O., who read about the story via Danish TV 2 Nyhederne. Controversial Danish cartoons of the Prophet […]

THE DANISH IMAM’S BOMB THREAT

By Michelle Malkin  •  March 23, 2006 07:05 AM

Ahmed Akkari Danish Imam Ahmed Akkari, who helped inflame the Cartoon Jihad, has reportedly been taped on a hidden camera threatening to kill Naser Khader, a member of Denmark’s Parliament who recently founded an organization for moderate Muslims. According to Bibelen and Agora, this Jyllands-Posten article reports that Akkari said of Khader: “If one day […]

THE CARTOONS COME TO HARVARD

By Michelle Malkin  •  February 15, 2006 08:16 AM

Boston Globe reports: A conservative student newspaper at Harvard University has become one of the few media outlets in the country to show inflammatory Danish cartoons of the Prophet Mohammed, angering students on campus and prompting a forum to discuss the controversy. The four cartoons appeared in the Feb. 8 issues of The Harvard Salient, […]