Unexplained mysteries in Mohammed cartoon controversy

August 14, 2009

By Robert Shibley at Pajamas Media

Most of us remember the riots across the Islamic world that ensued in 2005 after the Danish publication Jyllands-Posten [1] printed its now-infamous collection of cartoons of the Prophet Mohammed [2]. Now the  New York Times (which points out that it refused to run the cartoons) is reporting [3] that Yale University Press has brought the controversy to the fore once again by refusing to print the cartoons in an upcoming book...

Schools: Yale University Cases: Topic: Campuses Attempt to Censor Publication of Depictions of Mohammed