Much has been said about the Jyllands-Posten Muhammad cartoons controversy, but someone at Wikipedia thought to map the phenomenon. Blue represents countries that allowed publication, while red represents nations that banned publication or had major demonstrations against them. Purple countries, like Great Britain, had governments that didn't forbid publication, but had large demonstrations and possibly murders in connection to the cartoons. The shape of the map is hardly surprising on the surface. I admit to being a little surprised any nation in Africa turned blue. What accounts for that?
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