Toulouse Journal: After Toulouse Killings, an Area’s Anger Runs Deep
From some in the hard-up immigrant neighborhood of Les Izards, Mohammed Merah is a martyr who expressed the anger and humiliation that many Muslims there feel.
Islamic television station owner to face trial for Bible burning
Radical Egyptian Islamist Ahmed Mohammed Abdullah, owner of an Islamic television station which uses veiled women as presenters, is to face trial for burning a Bible during protests outside the U.S. embassy in Cairo over the film "Innocence of Muslims."
German satirical magazine 'Titanic' to publish Mohammed issue
As protests rage across the Muslim world and Europe in reaction to the film "Innocence of Muslims" and the Mohammed cartoons published by French magazine "Charlie Hebdo", German magazine "Titanic" plans an issue with cartoons of Muslims on its cover.
Muslims riot in Athens over anti-Islam film
Rioting Muslims took to the streets of Athens on Sunday afternoon, in protest against the film that mocked Mohammed. Around 1,000 Muslims hurled bottles and other objects at police that were trying to prevent the rioters descending on the U.S. Embassy.
Why Google Shouldn’t Have Censored The Anti-Islamic Video
Editor’s note: Eva Galperin is the International Freedom of Expression Coordinator for the Electronic Frontier Foundation. Follow her on Twitter: @evacide. On Wednesday, YouTube announced that it had blocked access to a video showing clips from “The Innocence of the Muslims,” an anti-Islamic film that depicts prophet Mohammed as a philanderer who approves of child abuse, after the film sparked violent protests in Libya and Egypt. It was an extremely unusual move for Google-owned YouTube, which normally adheres to Google’s policy of only censoring content if it violates their Terms of Service or in response to a valid court order.