An intruder broke into the home of cartoonist Kurt Westergaard, threatening to kill him, on 1 January. The Danish cartoonist, whose depictions of the prophet Mohammed were among the cartoons that caused international outrage when newspaper Jyllands-Posten published them in 2005, ran into a panic room and alerted the police. Upon arrival, police shot the intruder, a Somali man in his twenties with alleged links to a terrorist group. The man is recovering in hospital and will face charges of attempted murder. Although Jyllands-Posten published depictions of the prophet by several cartoonists, Westergaard is the most well known.