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Danish editor slams US 'political correctness' on cartoons

Flemming Rose, author and the cultural editor of the Danish daily newspaper Jyllands Posten, discusses terror issues at the Danish Publicist Club in Copenhagen on March 9, 2015The Danish editor who commissioned the Mohammed cartoons that triggered deadly protests a decade ago said Monday the failed attack on a Texas cartoon exhibition won’t change how “politically correct” Americans feel about the drawings. “The lines have already been drawn in this debate in the US and I do not think events like these can change anything, because people will read their own opinions into it,” Flemming Rose told Jyllands-Posten, where he is currently the foreign editor. Jyllands-Posten sparked lethal protests in some Muslim countries after its 2005 publication of 12 cartoons that included a picture of the Islamic prophet wearing a bomb in a turban.

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