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Reports without borders support brave editor

The organisation Reports without borders voiced “incomprehension” today at the decision by the owner of the French daily France-Soir, Raymond Lakah, to dismiss his editor for publishing the 12 caricatures of the Prophet Mohammed that were previously published in a Danish newspaper.

In a statement Reporters without borders said that: “This is a disturbing and dangerous precedent for editorial freedom,” Reporters Without Borders continued. “This will not help to defuse tension but, on the contrary, will tend to radicalize positions on all sides even more.”

Yesterday there was some limbo in the left-wing dominated German journalist association (Deutscher Journalistenverband/djv) where one representative first criticized the publication in German papers, because "Muslim principles were hurt", then another representative later same day supported it, citing the principle of free speech.

The cartoons were yesterday printed in the two German newspapers "Die Welt" and "Berliner Zeitung".
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