10 Yrs After Mohammed Toons Danish Muslims Still Ready To Act Like Savages At Depictions Of Supremacist Cult’s Idol

A decade after the Mohammed drawings were printed by Jyllands-Posten, eventually sparking an international crisis in early 2006, Danish Muslims remain steadfast in their convictions.

A new survey by Wilke reveals that precisely ten years after the cartoons first appeared in Jyllands-Posten, 93 percent of Danish Muslims believe the newspaper was wrong to publish the controversial drawings.

Conversely, there are an increased number of non-Muslim Danes who believe Jyllands-Posten was correct to publish the drawings.

Some 57.6 percent said it was right to print the drawings, compared to the 47 percent who felt the same back in 2006.