Don't Go There
A Danish newspaper published twelve "satirical" cartoons, and a Norwegian Christian magazine re-published them, God knows why. Shockingly, an Iraqi group called for attacks against Danish and Norwegian targets, Morocco's government officially condemned the publication, and various Muslim-themed countries closed their Danish embassies and boycotted their products. On a clear day, we could have seen that coming forever.
And all because "a writer complained that nobody dared illustrate his book about [Mohammed PBUH]." All we have to say to that is, dude, whenever the phone rings next, you'd better hope it's Salman Rushdie on the other end of the line.