Authorities closed the Yemen Observer and arrested its editor, Muhammad al-Asadi, for offending Islam after the newspaper republished Danish cartoons showing Islam's founder Muhammad. Prosecutors have asked the court to permanently close the newspaper and confiscate its assets. But lawyers in a civil case against the paper have asked that al-Asadi be given the death penalty, citing precedents from Muslim history.
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