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Flemming Rose

Danish journalist; Author; Cultural editor at Jyllands-Posten newspaper (Since 2004)

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14. Absolute Insolence

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14. Absolute Insolence
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p. 12
Date of source: 
17-12-2006
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Not mentioned
Reviewer: 
Raja’ al-Wakil
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The

article discusses the

journalist whose cartoons abused the image of Prophet Muhammad being nominated for the most

renowned

journalism award in Denmark.

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56. Polemics discussion paper

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56. Polemics discussion paper
Date of source: 
25-04-2006
Author: 
Drs. Cornelis Hulsman, Elizabeth Yell
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The report examines the

definitions of

polemics, the differing views of what constitutes polemics, including the Danish cartoons and

the play in

Alexandria which led to sectarian violence, Mīzān al-Haqq, a 19th

century Christian

polemical book against Islam and the Gospel of Barnabas, which is the basis for much of

the Muslim apologetics and

polemics against Christianity. Recent examples of polemical books, television

programs and publications in Egypt

will be presented, and various explanations for polemics explored.

Finally, the possible consequences of polemics

will be suggested, acting as a warning to those who engage in

such practices.

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5. Denmark to host Muslim-Christian dialogue to stand up for the Prophet Muhammad

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5. Denmark to host Muslim-Christian dialogue to stand up for the Prophet Muhammad
Date of source: 
28-02-2006
Author: 
Shaymā´ al-Shāmī
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In response to the offensive cartoons depicting the Prophet Muhammad, first published by the Danish newspaper Jyllands-Posten in September 2005, moderate Egyptian preacher, ‘Amr Khālid has revealed an initiative to engage in dialogue with Danish youth and intellectuals in a bid to find common ground between Islamic and Western cultures.

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17. Insulting Prophet Muhammad... the Azhar keeps silent

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17. Insulting Prophet Muhammad... the Azhar keeps silent
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pp. 26, 27
Date of source: 
12-11-2005
Author: 
Suzi al-Junaydi
Reviewer: 
Shayma’ al-Shami
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The author is surprised at the silence of the Azhar after Danish newspaper Jyllands-Posten printed 12 cartoons of the Prophet Muhammad that many Muslims considered offensive.

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41. Freedom of expression without boundaries? (2)

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41. Freedom of expression without boundaries? (2)
Date of source: 
25-10-2005
Author: 
Adam Hannestad
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The response of Danish newspapers to the publication of cartoons of the Prophet Muhammad, perceived by Muslims as anti-Islamic.

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24. Insolence continues...scorning Prophet Muhammad, his wives in caricature

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24. Insolence continues...scorning Prophet Muhammad, his wives in caricature
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p.17
Date of source: 
17-10-2005
Author: 
Yusra Zahran, Ahmad ‘Abd al-Maqsud
Offensive caricatures of the Prophet Muhammad in a Danish daily newspaper
Reviewer: 
Shayma’ al-Shami
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The Danish daily Jyllands-Posten published 12 cartoons featuring the Prophet Muhammad, provoking the anger of Muslims all over the world.

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