» 02/06/2006, 00.00
Indonesian Muslims protest cartoons of Prophet Mohammed
Hundreds of thousands of demonstrators gather in front of the Danish embassy in Jakarta; protests also in other cities. The Indonesian president joins in criticism, but invites the population to accept Denmark's apology.
Threats and dismissals over Muhammad cartoon strips
The French, Danes and Norwegians are "targets", warn some Palestinian militant groups Dismissed the director of France Soir who published them, but there are still numerous European papers who are carrying them. Hezbollah leaders evoke the Khomeini fatwa against Salman Rushdie.
So that Fr Andrea not be killed a second time
Protests flanked by calls for calm about Muhammad video
The governments of Amman and Teheran have responded with caution: "the best answer to such offences is to be more attached to our religion." Indonesian fundamentalists from the Indonesian Mujahdeen Council were harsh in their condemnation.
05/02/2006 lebanon - syria
Denmark consulate in Beirut set ablaze in cartoon protest
More than 20 thousand protestors belonging to a new "National Movement for the Defence of the Prophet Mohammed", set alight the building, smashing shop windows and throwing stones to a church. The example of Syria.
Protests against "blasphemous" cartoons mounts in Islamic nations
Humorous cartoons published by a Danish newspaper are provoking widespread street protests, the closure of embassies and the boycott of supermarkets. The Arab League and Organisations from the Islamic Conference announced their intention to seek a UN resolution which bans attacks on religious faiths.
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