|One of the cartoons that have caused a stir on the continent has stopped the press at Cardiff University.|
A student newspaper has recalled its latest edition after it published a controversial cartoon depicting the prophet Mohammed.The irony? 'Gair Rhydd' means 'Free Word' in Welsh.
The weekly mouthpiece of Cardiff University Students' Union, Gair Rhydd, hastily pulled the publication which contained an 'informative piece' along with a caricature of the prophet of Islam.
The same cartoon sparked protests across the world when it was previously published, with other cartoons, by a Danish newspaper.
An unnamed member of the paper's editorial team, which has a potential reading audience of 21,528 students, confirmed the edition had been pulled 'for obvious reasons'.
Gair Rhydd, the winner of the Guardian Best Student Newspaper of the Year 2004/2005, is so far the only newspaper in the UK to have published