Mohammed Morsi's ouster by Egypt's military (no official wants to call it a coup) has prompted all sorts of reactions. Political cartoonists are certainly registering their own opinions. Marco Werman talks with The World's Cartoon and Satire Editor Carol Hills about how the cartoons' messages vary according to the region where they were drawn.
But cartoonists from the Middle East and Muslim world have a more nuanced view. It's all about legitimacy, a favorite word of Mohammed Morsi. He uttered it about 50 times in his last speech to the nation. Some Arab cartoonists see Morsi as illegitimate and worthy of being overthrown. But other cartoonists, more sympathetic to Islamists, think that whether you like him or hate him, Morsi was the legitimate leader of Egypt.