This is what the original Jyllands-Posten page looked like.
that there were only 12 cartoons.
Yet when a delegation of Danish imams went to the Middle East to "discuss" the issue of the cartoons with senior officials and prominent Islamic scholars, the imams openly distributed a booklet that showed 15 images -- not only the original 12 cartoons, but three fraudulent anti-Mohammed depictions that were much more offensive than the ones published in Denmark.
It is now thought that these three bonus images are what ignited the outrage in the Muslim world. The newspaper Ekstra Bladet obtained a copy of the booklet and presented the three offensive images on its Web site - though not in an easy-to-find place.
All look like low-quality photocopies. Also this Web site has all 38 pages of the booklet.
While people across the Middle East are
rioting over the publication of the 12 cartoons in European papers,
no one seems to have minded that the cartoons were printed last fall
in an Egyptian paper as well (click image
This site features scans of several of the pages.
This image above, taken from the book (titled Koranen og profeten Muhammeds liv, or The Koran and the life of the prophet Mohammed), apparently shows Mohammed with his child-bride Aisha.