Lebanese Magazine & Jordainian Newspaper Publishes Controversial Cartoons

Jordanian paper prints Danish 'Mohammad cartoon'

A Jordanian newspaper took the bold step Thursday of publishing the Danish caricatures of Prophet Muhammad that have outraged Muslims, saying it was reprinting them to show readers "the extent of the Danish offense."

The Arabic weekly Shihan ran three of the 12 cartoons, including the one that depicts Muhammad as wearing a turban shaped like a bomb with a burning fuse. The headline said: "This is how the Danish newspaper portrayed Prophet Muhammad, may God's blessing and peace be upon him."

Lebanese Magazine Publishes Controversial Cartoons

Weekly Lebanese magazine, Shihan has published three of the 12 cartoons of Prophet Mohammed, which created a storm in the Islamic world when they were published in the Danish daily. In the editorial attached to the cartoons, the Lebanese magazine invited all Muslims to see “common sense.”

Shihan magazine featured the cartoons depicting the Prophet carrying a bomb in his turban.

In the article with the subtitle reading, “World’s Muslims, be logical,” Jihad Momani asks, “Which one do you think damages Islam more? These cartoons or the scene of a suicide bomber who blows himself up outside a wedding ceremony in Amman, or the kidnappers that slaughters their victims before the cameras?”


3 Responses to “Lebanese Magazine & Jordainian Newspaper Publishes Controversial Cartoons”

  1. # Anonymous Anonymous

    You are a racist pig.  

  2. # Blogger J

    yeah jonz, how dare you use the word "indeed". you racialist!


    this anon can't be for real.

    c'mon jamal, own up, it's you isn't it  

  3. # Blogger jonz

    Why thankyou anon...Oink, oink! Care to elaborate?  

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