Of Threats, Intimidation, Sensitivity, and Free Speech: The Muhammad Cartoons

Countless words have been spilled over the Danish newspaper JyullandsPosten‘s publication last September of 12 cartoons commenting on journalistic self-censorship and Islamic beliefs, including several that caricatured the prophet Muhammad. Surely, everything has been said by now. Yet the controversy rages on: Is this an easy case for freedom of expression? Should there be no acquiescence … Continue reading Of Threats, Intimidation, Sensitivity, and Free Speech: The Muhammad Cartoons