Topic: Everybody Draw Mohammed Day
Photos of the Day Photos of the Day 05/19
Jesse Curtis Morton, who ran RevolutionMuslim.com, admitted to influencing would-be American militants including 'Jihad Jane' and the Pentagon model-plane bomber.
A US court has an opportunity to consider that question in a lawsuit brought on behalf of the American-born cleric by the ACLU and Anwar al-Awlaki's father.
11/12/2010 01:54 pm
Strips of bacon spelling 'PIG' and 'CHUMP' were found in front of a South Carolina mosque Sunday. In post-9/11 America, pork – which is unclean in Islam – is a primary form of anti-Muslim protest.
10/15/2010 09:52 am
A look at the global state of free speech.
10/02/2010 11:15 am
Facebook users spent more than 41 million minutes on the social networking site in August. That's good enough to boost Facebook over Google and Yahoo.
09/10/2010 05:58 pm
Pakistani officials said Internet censorship was the only option after a court order was made.
05/21/2010 07:47 am
'Everbody Draw Mohammad Day' sparked outrage in the Muslim world and Pakistani ban on Facebook. A Muslim-American explains why the idea is so offensive to her and Muslims worldwide.
05/20/2010 11:13 pm
Probably not. Even if protesters on both sides of the 'Everybody Draw Mohammad Day' fracas manage to organize a concerted boycott, it's unlikely it would be enough to really make a dent in Facebook traffic.
05/20/2010 05:01 pm
Editorial Board Blog 'Draw Mohammed Day': Bold affirmation of free speech or malicious attack on Islam?
A controversial campaign on Facebook to generate depictions of the Prophet Muhammad – forbidden in Islam – has prompted Pakistan to ban YouTube, Wikipedia, and other websites.
05/20/2010 02:13 pm
Pakistan blocked YouTube, Wikipedia, and other websites Thursday to try to suppress a Facebook page declaring Thursday Everybody Draw Mohammad Day. Many protested the 'blasphemy' of depicting the prophet.
05/20/2010 09:18 am