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Jakob Skovgaard-Petersen was born in Denmark in 1963. He is director of The Danish-Egyptian Dialogue Institute (DEDI), situated in Cairo, Egypt. Skovgaard-Petersen advocates striving for mutual understanding between cultures in order to live in peaceful coexistence. According to him this...
Flemming Rose is a Danish journalist, author and since 2010 foreign affairs editor at the Danish newspaper Jyllands-Posten. As culture editor of the same newspaper, he was responsible for the September 2005 publication of the Jyllands-Posten Muhammad cartoons that led to huge controversy early the...
Georgetown University PhD candidate Matthew Anderson went in July 2015 with Arab-West Report/Center for Arab-West Understanding to Maghagha were we met with several local people, Christians and Muslims, about the expulsion of an extended Christian family from Kafr Darwish following allegations of...
The following article presents an interview with Muhammad cartoonist Kurt Westergaard..
The article analyzes the reverberations of the republication of a blasphemous caricature of the Prophet Muhammad by many Danish and European newspapers.
The article presents the reactions of Egyptian newspapers to the increasing offensives against the Prophet Muhammad in Western media.
The article presents the responses from Egyptian newspapers over the republication of the offensive drawings of the Prophet Muhammad.
The article reports on the reprint of an offensive caricature of the Prophet Muhammad by many Danish and European newspapers that was made just one day after a plot to murder of its cartoonist was foiled.
The article reports on Egypt’s political, religious, and public reaction toward recent republication of blasphemous caricatures of the Prophet Muhammad in Danish and European press.
The article shows the reasons and repercussions to the recent republication of one of the 12 blasphemous caricatures of the Prophet Muhammad in many Danish and European newspapers just one day after Danish police declared that it foiled a plot to murder the cartoonist.
Debates surface following the publication of a document regarding the freedom of expression in the Arab world by the Arab League. This issue also focuses on the future of political life in Egypt, and the difficulties that may arise.
The national library of Denmark has decided to document the cartoons of the Prophet Muhammad which created uproar when they were first published in September 2005.
The author of the article, Aḥmad Zakarīyah, writes about Shaykh Aḥmad Abū Laban, who was thrust into the international spotlight during the firestorm over the Danish cartoons, when he accused Denmark of being disrespectful of Islām and Muslims. Shaykh Abū Laban passed away two weeks ago at the...
The French Council for Islamic Religion [CFCM], the Grand Mosque of Paris and the Union of Islamic Organizations of France have filed a lawsuit against Charlie Hebdo, a French satirical political weekly newspaper, for reprinting the controversial Danish cartoons of the Prophet Muhammad on February...
Denmark, which provoked an outcry in Egypt due to the offensive cartoons of the Prophet Muhammad, permitted the appearance of a veiled Muslim presenter on its television contrary to Egypt which considers veiled presenters a diabolical thing.
The article discusses the journalist whose cartoons abused the image of Prophet Muhammad being nominated for the most renowned journalism award in Denmark.
The authors discuss successful experiments of German and Danish Media. They believe that it would be easy to implement in the Arab world. However, to guarantee its success, it needs to change its method of dealing with the events, and to be able to compete with the other mass media in order to...
Qāsim Ahmād, the spokesman of Islamic organizations, asserted that Islamic organizations would appeal the judgment against the Danish newspaper Jyllands-Posten.
After the strong controversy surrounding the offensive Danish cartoons, a Danish court declares the responsible paper innocent, which aroused the anger of Islamic organizations in Denmark.
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