Cet article traite de la chronologie de la controverse des caricatures de Mahomet publiées dans le journal danois Jyllands-Posten et qui ont entraîné une crise internationale.Il relate le déroulement des événements qui ont suivi la publication de caricatures de Mahomet le 30 septembre 2005, en décrivant les étapes qui ont permis d'arriver à des violences et des tensions internationales à la suite de la polarisation du conflit et de l'escalade des attitudes de part et d'autre.

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  • Cet article traite de la chronologie de la controverse des caricatures de Mahomet publiées dans le journal danois Jyllands-Posten et qui ont entraîné une crise internationale.Il relate le déroulement des événements qui ont suivi la publication de caricatures de Mahomet le 30 septembre 2005, en décrivant les étapes qui ont permis d'arriver à des violences et des tensions internationales à la suite de la polarisation du conflit et de l'escalade des attitudes de part et d'autre.
  • The Jyllands-Posten Muhammad cartoons were first published by Jyllands-Posten in late September 2005; approximately two weeks later, nearly 3,500 people demonstrated peacefully in Copenhagen. In November, several European newspapers re-published the images, triggering more protests.Labour strikes began in Pakistan the following month, and several organizations criticized the Danish government. More protests occurred in January 2006, and later that month a boycott of Danish goods began. Several countries withdrew their ambassadors to Denmark, and widespread protests, some of them violent, began. The protests continued in February. In Damascus, Syria, both the Norwegian embassy and a building containing the Danish, Swedish, and Chilean embassies were stormed and set on fire by protesters. In Beirut, thousands of people protested on the streets, and the Danish General Consulate was stormed and set on fire. As of 2 March 2006, at least 139 people have died primarily during riots stemming from protests. On 1 January 2010, a man was shot whilst attempting to kill Kurt Westergaard, one of the original cartoonists.
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  • February 11, 2006 Parisian protest against the publication of caricatures of Muhammad
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  • Cet article traite de la chronologie de la controverse des caricatures de Mahomet publiées dans le journal danois Jyllands-Posten et qui ont entraîné une crise internationale.Il relate le déroulement des événements qui ont suivi la publication de caricatures de Mahomet le 30 septembre 2005, en décrivant les étapes qui ont permis d'arriver à des violences et des tensions internationales à la suite de la polarisation du conflit et de l'escalade des attitudes de part et d'autre.
  • The Jyllands-Posten Muhammad cartoons were first published by Jyllands-Posten in late September 2005; approximately two weeks later, nearly 3,500 people demonstrated peacefully in Copenhagen. In November, several European newspapers re-published the images, triggering more protests.Labour strikes began in Pakistan the following month, and several organizations criticized the Danish government. More protests occurred in January 2006, and later that month a boycott of Danish goods began.
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  • Timeline of the Jyllands-Posten Muhammad cartoons controversy
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