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Denmark: Four terrorists convicted for plotting to attack newspaper over cartoon
Published on : Monday, June 04, 2012
A Danish court has convicted four men, who were Swedish resident but of North African and Middle Eastern origin, to 12 years for plotting to attack the office of the Jyllands-Posten newspaper in Copenhagen in December 2010. Denmark has been in the crosshairs of Islamist terror groups since the publication of 12 cartoons by various artists depicting the Prophet Muhammad in 2005. This was reported in the Irish Examiner.
Denmark: Danish cartoon debate: A chronology
Published on : Monday, June 04, 2012
A Danish court has convicted four men, who were Swedish resident but of North African and Middle Eastern origin, to 12 years for plotting to attack the office of the Jyllands-Posten newspaper in Copenhagen in December 2010. Denmark has been in the crosshairs of Islamist terror groups since the publication of 12 cartoons by various artists depicting the Prophet Muhammad in 2005. Here is a chronology of the events over the past few years compiled by Reuters.
Inconsistently liberal: One size does not fit all
Published on : Thursday, May 31, 2007
Being inconsistent in these matters is not always a dishonourable position, because liberal inconsistency has some warrant in the history of the republic. In a country as diverse as India, one size doesn’t always fit all. But those of us who cite our Republican history as precedent, who argue that circumstances alter cases, and believe that consistency is, sometimes, a poor guide to policy, must also accept that there will be times when our inconsistency will be exploited by our ideological enemies to attack people and institutions that we value, writes Mukul Kesavan in the Telegraph


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