When I opened the paper on October 18, Chance Brown’s Hi and Lois comic strip struck me soundly. Poor Hi, we’re meant to conclude. But are the circumstances related in the strip accurate? I did a bit of fact checking: Correction 1: Gas hasn’t had
You know, I hadn’t really planned a sixth installation (1 | 2 | 3 | 4 | 5) in our series of Prophet Mohammed Cartoons, but in the last few days we learned that Jihad Jane and some people in Ireland tried to kill someone
As of this morning, I have voluntarily removed the images of Mohammed comics I have drawn and posted over the past three years — not because of threats, but because of the recent lack of them. As of late, there have not been riots regarding
The row over a Danish newspaper publishing twelve images of Mohammed is getting more heated. People are chanting “Death to Denmark” in Pakistan. Ambassadors are being recalled. Scandanavians are being told to evacuate the Middle East. A French news paper, France Soir, republished the images
Yesterday, a self-professed Muslim from the Netherlands posted the following message in response to a roughly-drawn comic strip displaying Mohammed talking about recent death threats against people who draw pictures of Mohammed. Yes, it’s very meta, I know. But still, we got this response from
See some of the images for yourself… On deaththreats against the artists… Response by the UN High Commissioner for Human Rights Louise Arbour: Arbour requests an apology for the “unacceptable” images.