COPENHAGEN: Cartoons of the Prophet Muhammad first published in Danish newspaper Jyllands-Posten last year, have been reprinted in 143 newspapers in 56 countries, a study showed on Wednesday.Hat tip: Val
One or several of the 12 controversial cartoons have appeared either in print editions or online, according to the study done by eJour, the online magazine of the Danish School of Journalism.
Most of the reproductions have appeared in Western countries, including 70 newspapers in Europe, 14 in the United States, three in Canada and New Zealand, two in Australia and one in Japan.
But the drawings have also been printed in eight Muslim countries: Algeria, Bosnia-Herzegovina, Egypt, Indonesia, Jordan, Malaysia, Morocco and Saudi Arabia.
In the United States, no national newspaper has published the cartoons, but 14 regional and local publications have, according to the study conducted in February.
Wednesday, March 01, 2006
This is better than I thought, but considering how many of these are college newspapers and the like, it is not all that impressive.
Posted by Elder of Ziyon at 11:53 PM