Again, you haven't followed all the news.
"The Jyllands-Posten Muhammad cartoons controversy began after 12 editorial cartoons, most of which depicted the Islamic prophet Muhammad, were published in the Danish newspaper Jyllands-Posten on 30 September 2005. . .
This led to Islamic protests across the Muslim world, some of which escalated into violence with instances of firing on crowds of protestors (resulting in a total of more than 100 reported deaths)
, including setting fire to the Danish Embassies in Syria, Lebanon and Iran, storming European buildings, and burning the Danish, Dutch, Norwegian, French and German flags in Gaza City...."
Jyllands-Posten Muhammad cartoons controversy | Ask.com Encyclopedia
"Muhammad cartoonist faced ‘certain death
Posted on 25 January 2011
A Danish cartoonist who controversially caricatured the Muslim Prophet Muhammad has told a court in Aarhus how a man who broke into his house tried to kill him with an axe. Somali defendant Mohamed Geele, 29, however, claims he only wanted to frighten Kurt Westergaard, 75.
The cartoonist drew one of 12 pictures of the holy Muslim profit which were published by Danish newspaper Jyllands-Posten in 2005, prompting widespread anger across the Muslim world. At first, Mr Westergaard was forced to go into hiding but eventually opted to live openly in a heavily fortified house.
Read more: http://www.icenews.is/index.php/2011/01/25/muhammad-cartoonist-faced-certain-death/#ixzz1N0b43S7n"
"Danish Police Say Muhammad-Cartoons Death Plot Foiled (Update2)
By Tasneem Brogger and Christian Wienberg - February 12, 2008 07:46 EST
Feb. 12 (Bloomberg) -- Danish police arrested three suspects in an alleged plot to murder one of a dozen cartoonists whose caricatures of the Prophet Muhammad in 2005 sparked riots in Muslim communities around the world.
Denmark's Security and Intelligence Service, PET, detained two Tunisians and a 40-year old Danish citizen with a Moroccan background at 4:30 a.m. local time today in Aarhus, where Jyllands-Posten, the newspaper that commissioned the cartoons, is based.
``The purpose of the clampdown was to prevent a terror- related homicide,'' PET chief Jakob Scharf said in an e-mailed statement. ``The clampdown occurred after a long period of surveillance.''
The detainees are suspected of planning to kill Kurt Westergaard, who in September 2005 provided the newspaper with a cartoon of Muhammad wearing a bomb in his turban. Protests prompted by publication of the cartoons included consumer boycotts of Danish goods and the torching of Danish embassies.
``I fear for my life, when the police tell me there are certain people who are working with concrete plans to kill me,'' Jyllands-Posten cited Westergaard as saying today. ``I think the aftermath of this insane reaction will last as long as I live. It's sad, but those are the terms under which I now live...'' "
Danish Police Say Muhammad-Cartoons Death Plot Foiled (Update2) - Bloomberg
"A popular comic strip that poked fun at the Rev. Jerry Falwell without incident one week ago was deemed too controversial to run over the weekend because this time it took a humorous swipe at Muslim fundamentalists...
the strips were shown to Muslim staffers at The Washington Post to gauge their reaction, and they responded "emotionally" to the depiction of a woman dressed in traditional Muslim garb and espousing conservative Islamic views.
Read more: http://www.foxnews.com/story/0,2933,294779,00.html#ixzz1N0diQfWs"
I wouldn't know about fanatical Christians. I haven't seen any death lists in the news where fanatical Christians wanted death for people who publish images mocking Christianity. Have you?