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Swedish artist Lars Vilks is pictured near burn stains in his kitchen at his home outside of Hoganas on May 16, 2010. Police arrested two suspects after an attempted fire-bomb attack on the home of a Swedish cartoonist Lars Vilks, controversial for drawing the Prophet Mohammed with the body of a dog, they said today. Both suspects, aged 21 and 19, are Swedish nationals of Kosovar origin, from the southern city of Landskrona, and have been detained after personal items were found near the scene. AFP PHOTO/SCANPIX/Bjorn Lindgren (Photo credit should read BJORN LINDGREN/AFP/Getty Images)
Swedish artist Lars Vilks is pictured near burn stains in his kitchen at his home outside of Hoganas on May 16, 2010. Police arrested two suspects after an attempted fire-bomb attack on the home of a Swedish cartoonist Lars Vilks, controversial for drawing the Prophet Mohammed with the body of a dog, they said today. Both suspects, aged 21 and 19, are Swedish nationals of Kosovar origin, from the southern city of Landskrona, and have been detained after personal items were found near the scene. AFP PHOTO/SCANPIX/Bjorn Lindgren (Photo credit should read BJORN LINDGREN/AFP/Getty Images)

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Swedish artist Lars Vilks is on al Qaeda's "Most Wanted" list. He believes he was the target of the attacks in Copenhagen, Denmark.

Artist wanted by al Qaeda: There is no way out

Swedish artist Lars Vilks is on al Qaeda's "Most Wanted" list. He believes he was the target of the attacks in Copenhagen, Denmark.