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Kurt Westergaard (born Kurt Vestergaard, 13 July ) is a Danish cartoonist who created the controversial cartoon of the Islamic prophet Muhammad wearing a bomb in his turban. This cartoon was the most contentious of the 12 Jyllands-Posten Muhammad cartoons, which met with strong reactions from Muslims Early life and career · Jyllands-Posten · Attacks · Al-Qaeda hit list. Prophet Mohammed cartoons controversy: timeline - Telegraph Leticia. Age: 23. No hidden numbers calls Kurt Westergaard attacker jailed". After the legitimate reactions of protest in the world, they started to talk about freedom of speech. May 4, - From Danish newspaper Jyllands-Posten's cartoon depicting the Prophet Mohammed as a terrorist with a bomb in to Charlie Hebdo and Texas shootings, we look at how the Mohamed Geele, a year-old Somali Muslim, enters Danish cartoonist Kurt Westergaard's house with an axe and knife. Heidi. Age: 18. Traveling to Miami for business or pleasure looking for a real European Swedish Deep full body massage with erotic tantric touch ? 10 Things You Didn't Know About the Original Muhammad Controversy Jan 10, - This news story from The Comics Journal # (April ) offers a multitude of perspectives — from cartoonists, Danes, Muslims, Danish Muslims — and is being rerun to help supply context for the Charles Hebdo . In one, the cartoonist depicts himself at a drawing board, furtively drawing Muhammad. World Briefing | Europe. Denmark: Somali Convicted in Attack on Cartoonist. A court found a Somali man guilty of terrorism for using an ax to break into the home of a Danish cartoonist who had caricatured the Prophet Muhammad. Feb. 3, Lyen. Age: 24. Looking forward to meet you and have a lot of fun:)! The publication of caricatures of the prophet Muhammad has led to Muslim protests -- some of which turned violent -- in several countries. A number of European newspapers reprinted the cartoons, in solidarity with the Danish newspaper that originally published them. The Jyllands-Posten Cartoons The Danish newspaper Jyllands-Posten created the furor over depictions of 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. The publication of the images in. Feb 9, - Mohammed receiving his first revelation from the angel Gabriel. From the book Jami' al-Tawarikh by Rashid al-Din, published in Tabriz, Persia (). More than five years after Danish artist Kurt Westergaard published controversial cartoons of the Prophet Muhammad, lives continue to be lost and—if we.