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2006-03-10 11:27:45

By Gideon Long LONDON (Reuters) - The leader of the world's largest Muslim body criticized the European Union on Friday for what he described as an unsatisfactory response to the furor over the publication of cartoons of the Prophet Mohammad.

2006-02-27 13:32:12

BRUSSELS (Reuters) - The European Union said it regretted Muslims had found cartoons of the Prophet Mohammad offensive but denounced violence directed against EU citizens in reprisal attacks over the images.

2006-02-27 02:16:15

By Achmad Sukarsono JAKARTA (Reuters) - Winning hearts and minds in the war against terrorism needs a balanced dose of freedom and religious tolerance, the president of Indonesia, the world's most populous Muslim nation, said on Monday.

2006-02-25 17:10:09

DOHA (Reuters) - The United Nations, Arab states and the world's largest Islamic body called on Saturday for restraint and dialogue to ease tensions over cartoons of the Prophet Mohammad.

2006-02-22 09:49:44

By Kate Holton LONDON (Reuters) - The far-right British National Party (BNP) said on Wednesday it planned to distribute a campaign leaflet featuring the Danish cartoons of the Prophet Mohammad which have enraged Muslims around the world.

2006-02-18 08:17:51

By Kate Holton LONDON (Reuters) - Thousands of Muslims protested in central London on Saturday to express their anger over the publication of cartoons of the Prophet Mohammad.

2006-02-17 04:23:59

HONG KONG (Reuters) - About 2,000 members of Hong Kong's Muslim community shouted slogans and waved posters on Friday in protest against cartoons of Prophet Mohammad.

2006-02-13 15:23:19

By Alaa Shahine BEIRUT (Reuters) - Uproar in the Islamic world over cartoons of the Prophet Mohammad has prompted many in the Middle East to ask why Muslims have rarely mobilized to address other pressing issues such as democracy and human rights.

2006-02-13 15:32:23

By Alaa Shahine BEIRUT (Reuters) - Uproar in the Islamic world over cartoons of the Prophet Mohammad has prompted many in the Middle East to ask why Muslims have rarely mobilized to address other pressing issues such as democracy and human rights.

2006-02-13 13:32:07

By Samia Nakhoul LONDON (Reuters) - The Danish government should offer an official apology to Muslims over "irresponsible" cartoons of the Prophet Mohammad to avoid a clash of civilizations, Syria's ambassador to London said on Monday.


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