From the New York Times to NRK in Norway. From the Daily Mail in England, The Star in Malaysia.
Inger Støjberg (V) has once again managed to make itself subject to all sorts of foreign media.
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the Reason is that she is earlier in the day chose to share a very stay image on its own Facebook page.
Here could be her 120.000 followers to great surprise to see one of Kurt Vestergaards famous Muhammad drawings on Ingers Ipad background.
the Drawing depicting the prophet with a bomb in his turban.
the Last time the minister aroused the whole world's attention was when she in march this year celebrated its own udlændingestramning number 50.
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Gestusen was otherwise meant as a tribute to freedom of expression, and the reason should be found in Skovgaard Museum in Viborg, denmark, have failed to exhibit the Muhammad cartoons in an exhibition that otherwise, the act of blasphemy since the reformation.
- the Mohammed cartoons by Kurt Westergaards in the lead has been to define Denmark as a free society we are. They show that we are a free country where opinions can be broken and you can say what you want and criticize who you want, writes Inger Støjberg.
the Muhammad cartoons was of Jyllands-Posten, first printed in 2005 and was since the subject of one of the biggest foreign policy crises in the history of Denmark.
Thus, the Mohammed cartoonist Kurt Westergaard has been the subject of several assassination attempts, and he is today monitored by the PET.
the Drawings have also been extensively used in the debate on freedom of expression and censorship.