The cartoonist responsible for the drawing replaced the initial illustration with one that appears to be a sequel rather than an entirely different scenario.
Wilders denies that he intended to provoke, claiming that he did it "because we have to show that we stand for freedom of speech and that we will never surrender to violence."
"Every print-run was torture because the others are no longer there," says Renald Luzier
The controversy started when Yisrael Beytenu planned to give out copies of French newspaper Charlie Hebdo’s "survivors’ issue."
French National Front gains traction ahead of regional elections Far-right party objects to public display of kippot and ritual slaughter
The head of the southern Islamic Movement’s United Arab List, Masud Ghnaim, warned in a letter to Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu that the book store's action is "very dangerous."