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Danish cartoonist Kurt Westergaard, second left, is congratulated on his prize by German Chancellor Angela Merkel, right, and the former head of the state-funded body which manages the archives of the former East German secret police Stasi Joachim Gauck, second right, as Potsdam's mayor Jann Jakobs looks on after receiving the M100 Media Prize 2010 in Potsdam near Berlin, eastern Germany, Wednesday, Sept. 8, 2010. Westergaard drew the most controversial of 12 caricatures of the Prophet Mohammed, first published in a Danish newspaper in 2005, which many Muslims considered offensive. (AP Photo/Odd Andersen, pool)
Photo by: ODD ANDERSEN
Danish cartoonist Kurt Westergaard, second left, is congratulated on his prize by German Chancellor Angela Merkel, right, and the former head of the state-funded body which manages the archives of the former East German secret police Stasi Joachim Gauck, second right, as Potsdam's mayor Jann Jakobs looks on after receiving the M100 Media Prize 2010 in Potsdam near Berlin, eastern Germany, Wednesday, Sept. 8, 2010. Westergaard drew the most controversial of 12 caricatures of the Prophet Mohammed, first published in a Danish newspaper in 2005, which many Muslims considered offensive. (AP Photo/Odd Andersen, pool)

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