U.S. Media and the Cartoons: Who Published? Who Didn’t?
Posted on Feb 10, 2006
According to a Feb. 7 article by Peter Johnson in USA Today, the only major U.S. newspapers to have republished some of the controversial cartoons of Muhammad are:
Also, most major networks have shied away from broadcasting the images. Neither NBC, CBS nor CNN displayed the cartoons. Those that did include:
Truthdig published the cartoons in an Ear to the Ground item on Feb. 3.
Below are several other items Truthdig has published on the controversy:
“Look past the cartoons. The violence in Afghanistan stems from grievances over four years of occupation by US and NATO troops and ineffectual foreign aid schemes.”
“Our press should report on the terrifying state of discourse in the Arab press, exposing the degree to which it is a tissue of lies, conspiracy theories and exhortations to recapture the glories of the seventh century.”
Don’t believe the hype about homespun religious anger: Middle Eastern leaders stoke religious riots because it makes their secular governments look tame in comparison.
“Something Rotten in the State of Denmark”
“The point was that Islam has a blind spot when it comes to women’s freedom. Crude but powerful: exactly what a political cartoon is supposed to be.”
The Tehran city council-owned newspaper says it is testing the West’s arguments about freedom of expression.
The editorial staff of the alternative weekly New York Press walked out today [Feb. 7], en masse, after the paper’s publishers backed down from printing the Danish cartoons that have become the center of a global free-speech fight.
—Posted by Blair Golson.
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