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Anatomy of the Cartoon Protest Movement

BEIRUT, Feb. 15 -- It was Oct. 13 when Teguh Santosa, a 30-year-old editor with wire-rim glasses, slicked-back black hair and a stubbly beard, decided to make a point in Indonesia, the world's most populous Muslim country. His idea was a small gesture in a broader confrontation,... Beirut Silencing...
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By Anthony Shadid and Kevin Sullivan

 
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