All articles from al-Jazeera
Indonesian leaders are urging Muslims protesting over cartoons of Prophet Muhammad to stop rallies from spinning out of control.
A top Taliban commander has offered a reward of 100 kilograms of gold to anyone who kills the person responsible for “blasphemous” cartoons of the Prophet Muhammed, the Afghan Islamic Press (AIP) has reported.
A satirical French magazine has reprinted the controversial cartoons of Prophet Muhammad and published a new one of its own, further angering Muslim groups.
Jacques Chirac, the French president, condemned what he called the “overt provocations” which he said would only only enflame the situation.
This conflagration will never stop as long as gasoline keep being thrown on it. The hardcore on all sides need to take a deep breath and relax before more are killed or injured.