The Danish authorities are trying their best to hide his death, who have found no clue about how the fire broke out and why only the room in which Kurt was staying had been damaged.
The investigative report says the incident took place some days back in which Westergaard was burnt seriously and died on the spot, but the international media is completely silent about it. The report further claims that some eyewitnesses are also available to testify the happenings. The Danish authorities have so far been unable to find any hint about the cause of fire, as they had started investigations while keeping in mind some external conspiracy to kill the blasphemer.
According to the BBC, a total of twelve persons were involved in the blasphemous act, but all of them, except Kurt, had opted to go underground to escape the public wrath after the Muslims around the world had participated in protest rallies which were attended by millions of people.
After the protests throughout the Muslim world, still he doesn’t feel sorry nor regret what he had done. In fact, he received an award on how brave he is for the controversy drawings. The Danish authorities provided complete security to him, as he had been enraged due to the repeated publication of the caricatures in the European press.
Denmarks Radio TV In All Honesty - February 2, 2008.
Kaare Quist: For many of us it sounds like a thriller from Hollywood to live underground.But first I want to go back in time to two years ago, when you had to draw this drawing..You were contacted by Jyllands-Posten and are told to draw the prophet Mohammed as you see him.Why did you draw him this way?
Kurt Westergaard: Well this drawing I made is very simple, it was done quickly, and I think it clearly illustrates that there are terrorists who get their spiritual dynamite or their spiritual ammunition from Islam.The drawing is not about Islam as a whole, but it is about a fraction of this religion which is used.
Kaare Quist: At the time you drew it; did you have any idea about how much commotion it would create?
Kurt Westergaard: No I didn't,
Kaare Quist: So for you it was just another day at the office?
Kurt Westergaard: Yes just another day at the office as they say in English. Yes, exactly.
Danish cartoonist Kurt Westergaard (L) receives the award from German Chancellor Angela Merkel and Joachim Gauck during the M110 Media Award ceremony at Sanssouci Palace on September 8, 2010 in Potsdam, Germany. The M100 Media Prize will be awarded for Kurt Westergaard's 'unbending engagement for freedom of the press and freedom of opinion and for his courage to defend these democratic values despite threats of death and violence,' the prize committee said. Danish Cartoonist Westergaard drew the most controversial of 12 caricatures of the Prophet Muhammad, first published in a Danish newspaper in 2005, which sparked protests across the Muslim world.
Some of extreme Muslims tried to kill him. Several times in fact. This proof that he is right to tell the world on how violent Islam is. But guess what, the one who attacks you, doesn’t know what really Islam is.
At first when I read it on the internet, I’m not sure the news is true or not. This is because there isn’t any news in paper or TV.
In fact, if u Google it, you going to find the plot of how many Muslims trying to kill him.
It’s so sad to see the media controls the world mind into hating Islam so much.
Don’t they know their country that put war in Iraq, Bosnia, and Palestine… Killing their children and wife’s. Burn our mosque and school. Just to destroy Islam and take their oil.
Surprisingly in the news saying how bad violent ruthless Islam is.
Well, we don’t have to do anything.
Balasan Allah SWT di dunia pun dah dapat…
Wallah hu alam (Sesungguhnya hanya Allah SWT yang mengetahui)