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    'Descendants of Mohammed' Confront Newspapers, Demand Apolog

    'Descendants of Mohammed’ Confront Newspapers Over Cartoons, Demanding Apologies and Eyeing Lawsuits

    Tuesday, March 02, 2010
    By Patrick Goodenough, International Editor

    A woman reads the Koran in the Omayyad mosque in Damascus ahead of a holiday on Feb. 26, 2010 marking the birthday of Mohammed, the revered 7th century prophet of Islam. (AP Photo/Ola Rifai)


    (CNSNews.com) – After securing an apology from one Danish newspaper for publishing a cartoon satirizing Mohammed, a Saudi lawyer now plans to confront another 15 newspapers, filing lawsuits against them if necessary.

    Faisal Yamani says he is acting on behalf of eight Muslim organizations representing “descendants of Mohammed.
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    [quote]Writing on a Web site of Britain’s Daily Telegraph, Douglas Murray, the director of the Centre for Social Cohesion – a think tank focusing on extremism in Britain – said the apology “epitomizes one of the most aggravating trends currently being accepted, which is the notion that Muslims somehow have deeper feelings than the rest of the world.
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