Friday, October 30, 2009 8:31 AM
A propos of this week's column, the Islamic jihad against a political cartoonist who drew a political cartoon critiquing the violence of Islam continues.
Copenhagen - A Danish newspaper cartoonist who was a central figure in the Prophet Mohammed cartoon controversy was Friday whisked from his home after a suspicious parcel was found on the doorstep. Kurt Westergaard had not been expecting any delivery, triggering the alert. Several nearby houses were also evacuated as a precaution.
Army bomb experts despatched to Westergaard's home decided to destroy the parcel. A police spokesman said a letter found in the parcel was to be analyzed.