This week, throughout the Islamic world, embassies were attacked, flags burned, and journalists threatened over a series of satirical cartoons published by a Danish newspaper. Kurt Andersen and Professor Azar Nafisi discuss why the row is less about the power of an image than freedom of speech.
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