Egyptian minister sacked for 'insulting' MohammedEgyptian justice minister fired after saying he would imprison "even a prophet" if he broke the law.
Saudi Arabia Furious over Iran 'Mohammed' MovieSunni world up in arms after Shia Iran allows film which depicts the founder of Islam's childhood; calls for boycott.
Freedom of Speech? 2nd Jew Arrested for Calling Mohammed a PigJewish youth arrested days after woman arrested following hour of Muslims shouting threats; attorney: 'police either dumb or acting it.'
British Groups Plan Mohammed Cartoon Exhibit in LondonTwo British groups to hold exhibition featuring cartoons of Muslim prophet in central London.
Dutch MP's Plan to Broadcast Mohammed Cartoons Angers MuslimsModerate Dutch Muslims say Geert Wilders' plan to broadcast cartoons of the Prophet Mohammed on national television are a “provocation”.
Security Beefed Up at Mohammed Cartoon Contest in ArizonaSimilar event in Texas last month came under attack by two gunmen.
Palestinian Statehood - Separating Fact from FantasyThere never was a “peace process” except in the minds of the Western media and most Western leaders.
Texas Gunman 'Tweeted Allegiance to ISIS During Attack'Twitter account believed to belong to one of two men killed in attack on Mohammed cartoon contest includes chilling message.
Texas: Two Men Open Fire Outside Mohammed Cartoon ContestTwo men shot and killed after opening fire outside of contest for cartoons depictions of Mohammed near Dallas.
London: Thousands of Muslims Protest Against Charlie Hebdo1,000 British Muslims protest against what they call the "insulting depictions" of the Prophet Mohammed by Charlie Hebdo.
Liberman Displays Banned Charlie Hebdo in Tel AvivElections committee bans satire magazine featuring Mohammed, but Liberman vows not to allow silencing for terrorists.
Abbas Cracks Down on PA Paper's Mohammed CartoonLess than a month after attending Paris rally, Abbas investigates 'terrible mistake': a comic showing Mohammed sowing love in world.
Gazan Hamas-Supporters Burn French Flag on Temple MountIsrael lets nearly 200 Gazans protest Charlie Hebdo's cartoon after Paris massacre, fly Hamas banners on Temple Mount.
Angry Syrian Protesters Burn 'Je suis Charlie' PosterSyrian protesters in Aleppo accuse satirical French magazine Charlie Hebdo of stoking Muslim anger.
Egyptian Cleric to Charlie Hebdo: Don't Publish Mohammed PictureEgypt's Grand Mufti warns French satirical newspaper against publishing a new caricature of the Prophet Mohammed, calls it a racist act.
Charlie Hebdo's Next Issue to Feature Cartoon of MohammedThe cover this week's Charlie Hebdo shows a cartoon of the Prophet Mohammed crying and holding up a "Je suis Charlie" sign.
Iran: Blogger Sentenced to Death for 'Insulting Mohammed'Judges hand blogger in 'poor psychological condition' death penalty for Facebook posts in latest shocking sentencing.
Watch: Egyptian Host Kicks Guest Out for Doubting IslamEgyptian journalist Riham Said kicked out a guest for saying, among other things, that Mohammed was not Allah's messenger.
Tunisian Pardoned Over Caricatures of MohammedTunisian jailed since 2012 for posting caricatures of the prophet Mohammed online receives a pardon.
Chechnya: Name Your Baby Mohammed, Get $1,000President of Russian republic announces his mother's charity will pay babies named after Mohammed on birthday of Islam's founder.
PA: Jews Poisoned Arafat 'Like Prophet Mohammed'On official PA TV Minister of Religious Affairs claims Arafat poisoned by Jews 'like prophet Mohammed.'
Home of Mohammed's Wife Turned into a Public ToiletBritish Independent says disregard for Islam’s early history is due to Saudi regime’s adoption of Wahabism.
Afghan Cleric Offers Reward for Death of Film ProducerAn Afghan cleric says he will sell all his properties to pay a reward to anyone killing the producer of "Innocence of Muslims."
Pakistani Minister Places Bounty on Maker of Anti-Islam FilmPakistan's Railways Minister places a $100,000 bounty on the head of the maker of an anti-Islam film that has sparked violence.
Muslims in Lebanon Protest Film and CartoonsLebanese Muslims, both Sunni and Shiite, take to the streets to protest against an anti-Islam film and French cartoons insulting Mohammed.
Pakistan: 15 Dead in Protests Over Film, CartoonsAt least 15 people dead in Pakistan as fresh protests erupt across the Muslim world against film and cartoons mocking Islam.
Tunisia Bans Friday Protests Following Mohammed CartoonsTunisia to ban all demonstrations on Friday, after receiving a tip-off about preparations for violence over cartoons of Mohammed.
France Fears Violent Reaction to CartoonsAfter one magazine's publication of caricatures of Mohammed, France prepares for what they fear may be a violent outburst.
Lebanon: Hizbullah Supporters Protest in TyreThousands of supporters of Hizbullah protest against a U.S.-made film mocking Islam and cartoons of prophet Mohammed.
France to Close Dozens of Embassies Over Mohammed CartoonsFrance will close embassies in around 20 countries, fearing a violent reaction to cartoons of the Prophet Mohammed.
New Cartoon: Jew Pushes Mohammed in WheelchairThe new satirical cartoon of Mohammed in a French magazine shows an Orthodox Jew pushing the prophet. Second cartoon: Mohammed in the nude.
Muslim Rage May Boil Over with Cartoons Mocking MohammedThe planned publication in France of new cartoons mocking the Muslim prophet Mohammed may cause Muslim rage to boil over.
Saudi Arabia Threatens to Block YouTube Over Mohammed FilmSaudi Arabia threatens to block YouTube in the kingdom if Google does not respond to a request to deny access to an anti-Islam film.
Iranian Foundation Increases Bounty for RushdieAn Iranian foundation increases a bounty for the death of author Salman Rushdie, offering $3.3 million for his death.
Nasrallah Calls for Protests Over Mohammed FilmHizbullah chief Hassan Nasrallah calls for a week of angry protests across Lebanon over the film mocking Islam.
Panetta: No Plans to Bolster Forces in Middle EastU.S. military has no major plans to bolster its forces in the Middle East despite violent protests targeting diplomatic outposts.
US Embassy Staffs Flee from Islamic FuryThe US has ordered officials to flee Tunisia and Sudan, and Al Qaeda urges worldwide terrorist attacks on American targets
Pope's Message of Peace in Lebanon Marred by Muslim ProtestIn Lebanon, Pope Benedict XVI issues a call for reconciliation between Christians, Jews and Muslims, as Muslims riot in Tripoli.
White House Asks YouTube to Review Anti-Mohammed FilmThe White House has asked YouTube to review an anti-Muslim film that has been blamed for igniting violent protests.
Terrorists Storm International Peacekeeping Base in SinaiAt least 3 hurt as dozens of armed Muslims storm the international peacekeeping force base in the Sinai Peninsula.
Arab Protesters in Akko: Only Islamic State Can Calm the RageArab protesters in the northern Israeli city of Akko say that “only a large and strong Muslim state can calm the rage.”
Libyan PM: 'Big Advance' in Consulate Attack ProbeLibyan Prime Minister Mustafa Abu Shagur says arrests made in attack on U.S. consulate in Benghazi.
Mohammed Film's Maker 'Not Israeli,' 'Probably Not Jewish'Jeffrey Goldberg of the Atlantic finds evidence that film was made by group of Christians.
One Dead in Attack on U.S. Consulate in LibyaOne American official killed as Islamists attack the U.S. consulate in Benghazi, Libya, over "film which offends Islam."
Attempted Killer of 'Mohammed Cartoonist' Gets Prison TermA Danish court sentenced the would-be murderer of a cartoonist, who drew a caricature of Mohammed, to nine years behind bars.
Muslim Rage over Book on Mohammed CartoonsMuslim rage over Mohammed cartoons returns—this time over “The Tyranny of Silence,” a new book on the crisis following cartoons five years ago.
'Everybody Draw Mohammed Day' Held Openly on the Web'Everybody Draw Mohammed Day' is held in answer to threats and censorship, but leads to more censorship--by Pakistan.
Censorship Sparks 'Everybody Draw Muhammad Day'Censorship of the television show South Park has sparked the controversial Everybody Draw Muhammad Day.