- Zapiro's Freud and the non-European Muhammad
The kind of emotion that an image invokes can depend upon the eye of the beholder.
- Picturing the prophet: your response
M&G readers have flooded us with letters about Zapiro's cartoon on the Prophet Muhammad. Read a selection here.
- Why draw the Prophet?
From very early last Friday, the protests began rolling in. At the time of writing, my inbox alone has 79 complaints.
- Zapiro's response
See cartoonist Zapiro response to the offence caused by his depiction of the Prophet Muhammad in a new cartoon, published in the M&G.
- A not so simple twist of faith
I have been asked repeatedly over the past week "Why did you do it? Why run a cartoon that you knew would cause such profound anger?
- Muslims are not humourless, they are in fact very funny
Muslims are upset with Zapiro for many reasons. So let's unpack what irks them, says Mahomed Faizal Dawjee.
- Bigotry rides rampant
Bigotry is again riding rampant in reaction to last week's Zapiro cartoon in the Mail & Guardian, argues political analyst Terry Bell.
- M&G meets with Muslim leaders
The M&G will refrain from publishing any images of the Prophet Muhammad while reviewing its editorial policy on religious matters.
- 'This is not the Muhammad of the Danish cartoons'
M&G editor Nic Dawes has reiterated the paper's disapproval of the Islamophobia that has stalked the "Everybody draw Muhammad Day" campaign.
- Muslim leaders seek apology over cartoon
Muslim leaders said they would be seeking an apology from the M&G after the paper published a cartoon of the Prophet Muhammad.