The caption to this cartoon by
Steph Bergol says, in French:
"It is a judicial error! I
am Mohammed, the prophet!"
in the humorous cartoon biography called Mohammed's Believe It or Else!
by pseudonymous artist "Abdullah Aziz."
The television cartoon South Park aired an episode on July 4, 2001
called Super Best Friends.
In it, the founders of the world's great religions
-- including Mohammed --
team up for super-hero action.
Mohammed (seen here) is depicted repeatedly throughout the show.
The entire episode
can be viewed online here.
an imaginary video game called Holy War,
featuring religious icons battling to the death.
One of the characters is Mohammed,
who is shown first defeating Joseph Smith...
who cuts off his head with the Ten Commandments.
drew this caricature of Mohammed as a pig
authoring the Koran and tried to display it in public in the city of Hebron.
She was arrested, tried and sentenced
The sign translates as "Election of Miss Sack-of-Potatoes, organized by Mohammed,"
who says "I choose the Beauty of Fontenay!" while drinking and smoking.
His words contain a French pun: "Belle-de-Fontenay" is a well-known type of French potato,
originally from the Parisian suburb of Fontenay-sous-Bois
which later saw unrest from Muslim immigrants during the riots of 2005.
A Dutch Web site called
Pret Met Mohammed (loosely
translated as "Fun With Mohammed") features a series of politically
incorrect cartoons. Three of the Pret Met Mohammed cartoons are
presented here; click on the link above for a few more and for
English translations of the Dutch word balloons.
In 2002, political cartoonist Doug Marlette
published this drawing of Mohammed driving a truck with a nuclear bomb.