Cartoons Polémicos


24 | Fevereiro | 2006


 


Declarações:
Joint UN, European Union, Islamic Conference statement shares ‘anguish’ of muslim world at Mohammed caricatures, but condemns violent response (7 de Fevereiro)
United Nation

Joint Statement By The Secretary-General Of The United Nations, The Secretary General Of The Organization Of The Islamic Conference And The High Representative For Common Foreign And Security Policy Of The European Union (8 de Fevereiro)
União Europeia

Call for respect and dialogue (8 de Fevereiro)
Presidência Austríaca da UE

Prime Minister Anders Fogh Rasmussen’s opening statement (7 de Fevereiro)
Primeiro-Ministro Dinamarquês

El Gobierno condena los actos de violencia producidos tras la publicación de las caricaturas de Mahoma (7 de Fevereiro)
Governo Espanhol

Declaração do Ministro de Estado e dos Negócios Estrangeiros sobre a crise dos cartoons (7 de Fevereiro)
Ministério dos Negócios Estrangeiros de Portugal

Danish Cartoons (6 de Fevereiro)
Governo Britânico

Publication de caricatures du Prophète (6 de Fevereiro)
Ligue Nationale des Musulmans de France

Artigos:
Bush, Blair, But Not Muhammad (24 de Fevereiro)
Kevin Sullivan, Washington Post

Ma liberté, ta susceptibilité (24 de Fevereiro)
Paolo Flores d'Arcais, Le Monde

The Islamic Democratic Paradox (23 de Fevereiro)
Álvaro de Vasconcelos, Project Syndicate

Behind the cartoon war: radical clerics competing for followers (23 de Fevereiro)
Nelly Van Doorn-Harder, The Christian Science Monitor

EU calls on Turkey to mediate in cartoon conflict (21 de Fevereiro)
Lisbeth Kirk, EUObserver

Questions à propos des caricatures (21 de Fevereiro)
Pierre Rousselin, Le Figaro

Iran calls for end to Mohammed cartoon protests (21 de Fevereiro)
David Rennie, Daily Telegraph

Le pape demande que "les croyants ne soient pas l'objet de provocations blessant leurs sentiments religieux" (21 de Fevereiro)
Le Monde

Les fractures de l'affaire Mahomet (21 de Fevereiro)
Sylvie Kauffmann, Le Monde

Cartoon row draws from well of discontent (21 de Fevereiro)
Simon Tisdall, Guardian

Why I Published Those Cartoons (20 de Fevereiro)
Flemming Rose, Washington Post

Danish apology fails to quell Muslim anger (20 de Fevereiro)
David Rennie, Daily Telegraph

The Silent Treatment (17 de Fevereiro)
Robert Wright, New York Times

The Clash of Caricatures (17 de Fevereiro)
Cem Özdemir, Foreign Policy

Le bloc-notes d'Ivan Rioufol (17 de Fevereiro)
Le Figaro

German Cartoon of Suicide Bombers Angers Iran (17 de Fevereiro)
Richard Bernstein, New York Times

Barroso on riots: Europe must fight (16 de Fevereiro)
Graham Bowley, International Herald Tribune

Anatomy of the Cartoon Protest Movement (16 de Fevereiro)
Anthony Shadid and Kevin Sullivan, Washington Post

Pakistan's Violent Protests Over Cartoons Take a Political Turn (16 de Fevereiro)
Salman Masood, New York Times

Why Asian Muslims didn't explode (16 de Fevereiro)
Karim Raslan, International Herald Tribune

The West as scapegoat (15 de Fevereiro)
Max Boot, Los Angeles Times

The Islam Gap (15 de Fevereiro)
Karim Raslan, New York Times

In the name of democracy (15 de Fevereiro)
Jonathan Power, International Herald Tribune

Denmark's new values (15 de Fevereiro)
Kiku Day, The Guardian

Solana warns against EU-muslim cartoon rift (15 de Fevereiro)
Mark Beunderman, EUObserver

Protests Over Cartoons Shake Pakistan (15 de Fevereiro)
John Lancaster, Washington Post

Iran demands apology over German cartoon (15 de Fevereiro)
Luke Harding, Declan Walsh e Robert Tait, The Guardian

Cartoon protests escalate in Pakistan (15 de Fevereiro)
International Herald Tribune

Triangulation de la haine (14 de Fevereiro)
Bernard-Henri Lévy, Le Monde

What Will Europe Really Do? (14 de Fevereiro)
Victor Davis Hanson, Real Clear Politics

Caricatures: les propositions de l'Organisation de la conférence islamique (14 de Fevereiro)
Pierre Prier, Le Figaro

L'Europe intimidée (14 de Fevereiro)
Editorial, Le Monde

Our faith in letting it all hang out (14 de Fevereiro)
Stanley Fish, International Herald Tribune

Tempest behind the turban (14 de Fevereiro)
H.D.S. Greenway, Boston Globe

Prague urges EU compensation for Denmark in cartoon war (14 de Fevereiro)
Lucia Kubosova, EUobserver

Des écrivains face à la caricature (14 de Fevereiro)
Le Monde

"A Scene in the Wrong Movie" (13 de Fevereiro)
Entrevista a Anders Fogh Rasmussen, Der Spiegel

Oh, the Anguish! (13 de Fevereiro)
William Kristol, Weekly Standard

U.S. Muslims Try to Ease Europe's Discord (13 de Fevereiro)
Laurie Goodstein, New York Times

Les élus témoignent du calme des musulmans français (13 de Fevereiro)
Le Monde

Caricatures: Solana livre aux musulmans un message de respect (13 de Fevereiro)
Le Monde

Iran Denies Encouraging Protests (13 de Fevereiro)
Washington Post

Sensibilités musulmanes (13 de Fevereiro)
Robert Solé, Le Monde

European citizens turn against media in cartoon row (13 de Fevereiro)
Teresa Küchler, EUObserver

Liberté d'expression et responsabilité (13 de Fevereiro)
Pierre Veilletet e Robert Menard, Libération

Le choc des ignorances (13 de Fevereiro)
Rachid Benzine, Libération

Lessons from the cartoon jihad (13 de Fevereiro)
Abraham H. Foxman, Haaretz

Dept. of Clashing Civilizations (12 de Fevereiro)
Sonia Mikich, Washington Post

Clash of Civilization (11 de Fevereiro)
Editorial, WS Opinion Journal

Europe's cartoon battle lines are drawn in shades of grey, not black and white (11 de Fevereiro)
Jonathan Steele, The Guardian

Grapes of wrath (10 de Fevereiro)
Salama A Salama, Al-Ahram Weekly

Criminalising religious slurs (10 de Fevereiro)
Ibrahim Nafie, Al-Ahram Weekly

Cartoon wars (10 de Fevereiro)
Economist

Curse of the Moderates (10 de Fevereiro)
Charles Krauthammer, Washington Post

Danish Premier Faults Iran, Syria (10 de Fevereiro)
Kevin Sullivan, Washington Post

Hope Beyond the Rage? (10 de Fevereiro)
David Ignatius, Washington Post

L'Islam défie la vieille Europe (10 de Fevereiro)
Ivan Rioufol, Le Figaro

Le rire face aux religions: conjuguer liberté et respect (10 de Fevereiro)
Le Figaro

Mahomet: le choc des ignorances (10 de Fevereiro)
Henri Tincq, Le Monde

L'Europe en nouveau "grand Satan" (10 de Fevereiro)
Gilles Kepel, Le Monde

¿Choque de civilizaciones? (10 de Fevereiro)
Michel Wieviorka, La Vanguardia

This is not a cartoon war (10 de Fevereiro)
Anas Altikriti, Guardian

Don't yield to extremists (10 de Fevereiro)
Mona Eltahawy, International Herald Tribune

Rasmussen calls Danes embittered on support (10 de Fevereiro)
John Vinocur and Dan Bilefsky, International Herald Tribune

The Opportunity of the Cartoon Crisis (10 de Fevereiro)
Kishore Mahbubani, Yale Global

Does Israel have a strategy? (10 de Fevereiro)
Ze'ev Schiff, Haaretz

Holy War (9 de Fevereiro)
Olivier Roy, Newsweek International

Return to Sanity (9 de Fevereiro)
Editorial, Arab News

Our media must give Muslims the chance to debate with each other (9 de Fevereiro)
Timothy Garton Ash, Guardian

Moral Atomic Bomb (9 de Fevereiro)
Bernard-Henri Levy, WS Opinion Journal

Why the outrage (9 de Fevereiro)
Michael Jansen, Jordan Times

The Danish cartoons: a neo-colonial slap (9 de Fevereiro)
Rami G. Khouri, Daily Star

Seething hatreds of 'cartoon riots' (9 de Fevereiro)
William Pfaff, Korea Herald

Bush Urges Nations to End Violence; Rice Accuses Syria and Iran (9 de Fevereiro)
David E. Sanger, New York Times

At Mecca Meeting, Cartoon Outrage Crystallized (9 de Fevereiro)
Hassan M. Fattah, New York Times

Afghanistan: Is The Cartoon Rage Being Manipulated? (9 de Fevereiro)
Ron Synovitz, Radio Free Europe

Opportunists Make Use of Cartoon Protests (9 de Fevereiro)
Griff Witte, Washington Post

EU commissioner urges European press code on religion (9 de Fevereiro)
David Rennie, Daily Telegraph

Bonfire of the Pieties (8 de Fevereiro)
Amir Taheri, WS Opinion Journal

A Cartoon's Portrait of America (8 de Fevereiro)
Anne Applebaum, Washington Post

Caricatures: géopolitique de l'indignation (8 de Fevereiro)
Olivier Roy, Le Monde

Caricatures à traits tirés (8 de Fevereiro)
Tariq Ramadan, Libération

Cartoon Jihad (8 de Fevereiro)
Sadanand Dhume, Yale Global

UN, EU, OIC Issue Joint Statement to Overcome Crisis (8 de Fevereiro)
Suleyman Kurt, Zaman Daily News

Free speech? Labour cares more about the Muslim vote (8 de Fevereiro)
Matthew d'Ancona, Daily Telegraph

Shameful appeasement (8 de Fevereiro)
Kathleen Parker, USA Today

When dignity is at stake (8 de Fevereiro)
Rik Coolsaet, International Herald Tribune

A 'dangerous moment' for Europe and Islam (8 de Fevereiro)
International Herald Tribune

Islam: ne rien abandonner à la politique de l'apaisement (8 de Fevereiro)
Le Figaro

West Beginning to See Wide Islamic Protests as Sign of Deep Gulf (8 de Fevereiro)
Alan Cowell, New York Times

Controversy May Affect U.S. Efforts (8 de Fevereiro)
Glenn Kessler, Washington Post

British troops hold airfield as four die in cartoon protests (8 de Fevereiro)
Tom Coghlan, Daily Telegraph

Jacques Chirac critique la parution, dans "Charlie-Hebdo", des caricatures de Mahomet (8 de Fevereiro)
Le Monde

Chechnya Expels Danish Aid Agency (8 de Fevereiro)
New York Times

Nigerian state cancels Danish contract (8 de Fevereiro)
Mail & Guardian

Your Taboo, Not Mine (7 de Fevereiro)
Andrew Sullivan, Time

Cartoon Violence Highlights Cultural Divide (7 de Fevereiro)
Council on Foreign Relations

Tolerance Toward Intolerance (7 de Fevereiro)
Thomas Kleine-Brockhoff, Washington Post

Rogue regimes exploit the rage (7 de Fevereiro)
Editorial, New York Daily News

A European Awakening Against Islamic Fascism? (7 de Fevereiro)
Victor Davis Hanson, Real Clear Politics

The right to caricature God…and his prophets (7 de Fevereiro)
Doug Ireland, Open Democracy

Lebanon Protesters Set Embassy Afire (6 de Fevereiro)
Anthony Shadid, Washington Post

De l'Irak à l'Indonésie, la colère s'amplifie (6 de Fevereiro)
Le Figaro

Arson and Death Threats as Muhammad Caricature Controversy Escalates (6 de Fevereiro)
Der Spiegel

European Arrogance Versus Muslim Fanaticism (6 de Fevereiro)
Jürgen Gottschlich, Der Spiegel

Freedoms in the balance (6 de Fevereiro)
James Buchan, The Guardian

'Everyone Is Afraid to Criticize Islam' (6 de Fevereiro)
Entrevista a Ayaan Hirsi Ali, Der Spiegel

Caricatures: le syndrome de Copenhague (6 de Fevereiro)
André Grjebinem, Le Figaro

Translating Arabic into injustice (6 de Fevereiro)
Zachary Lockman, Los Angeles Times

Violence, fatwas and online anti-Jew images: a world of protests (6 de Fevereiro)
Owen Bowcott, The Guardian

The Muslim protest (6 de Fevereiro)
Editorial, Haaretz

Flame of Islamic fury spreads to Beirut (6 de Fevereiro)
Ramsay Short e Matt Barnwell, Daily Telegraph

Leaders unite in calls for calm (6 de Fevereiro)
David Rennie, Julian Isherwood e Francis Harris, Daily Telegraph

Why extremists treat us with contempt (6 de Fevereiro)
Leader, Daily Telegraph

Why the Cartoon Clash Is Escalating (5 de Fevereiro)
Scott Macleod, Time

This is folly, not a clash of civilisations (5 de Fevereiro)
John Caseym, Daily Telegraph

A call for respect and calm (5 de Fevereiro)
Recep Tayyip Erdogan e José Luis Rodríguez Zapatero, International Herald Tribune

Free speech and civic responsibility (5 de Fevereiro)
Tariq Ramadan, International Herald Tribune

Europe's New Dissidents (5 de Fevereiro)
Daniel Schwammenthal, WSOpinion Journal

La rue musulmane à l'écran , par Dominique Dhombres (5 de Fevereiro)
Le Monde

In Europe, newspapers torn over prophet cartoons (5 de Fevereiro)
Thomas Crampton, International Herald Tribune

Democracy has a gun held to its head (5 de Fevereiro)
Leader, Daily Telegraph

Cartoons and their context (3 de Fevereiro)
Leader, Guardian

Why we will defend the right to offend (3 de Fevereiro)
Leader, Daily Telegraph

Day of anger threatened over cartoons of Prophet (3 de Fevereiro)
David Rennie e Tim Butcher, Daily Telegraph

West tries to calm tensions as militants threaten kidnaps (3 de Fevereiro)
Ruth Gledhill, Times

Incitement with little insight (3 de Fevereiro)
Ben Macintyre, Times

Caricatures libres (3 de Fevereiro)
Editorial, Le Monde

Dilemme de la presse européenne : pour la liberté, mais pas pour envenimer la situation (3 de Fevereiro)
Le Figaro

Mahomet, une affaire de conscience (3 de Fevereiro)
Editorial, Le Fígaro

«Une disproportion entre les caricatures et l'indignation» (3 de Fevereiro)
Entrevista com Marcel Gauchet, Le Fígaro

Democracy in a Cartoon (3 de Fevereiro)
Ibn Warraq, Der Spiegel

Caricatures : montrer ou pas? (3 de Fevereiro)
Le Monde

Muslim anger boils over Danish cartoons (31 de Janeiro)
Daily Star