NEWSWEEK ILLUSTRATED THE protests sweeping the Muslim world - following the release of an anti-Islam film - with a front cover headline of ‘Muslim Rage’ and an image of angry protesters.
The front cover also points to a story by Islam critic Ayaan Hirsi Ali who has written about ‘how I survived it (the ‘muslim rage’) and how we can end it’.
Newsweek tweeted its followers asking them to get involved in the conversation using the hashtag #MuslimRage, but didn’t quite get the reaction it was expecting.
This one, from Twitter user @LibyaLiberty has already been tweeted more than 4,000 times:
While some are using the #MuslimRage hashtag to make serious points, it has also gone off on a rather hilarious tangent…