This chapter opens with two tables; the first identifies a selection of key statements by al-Qaeda pertaining to the Muhammad cartoons; the second identifies a selection of successful and unsuccessful/aborted terrorist acts related to the Muhammad cartoons. Elder and Cobb (1983) and Alexander (2003) identify Watergate as a central event related symbol in American political history. The analysis of transnational injustice symbols consequently needs to take transnational political context into account. Every statement and act increases the social and political visibility of the event and convinces some audiences of its unjust nature. The discussions have so far placed emphasis on the Muhammad cartoons as a transnational injustice symbol in radical Islam and jihadist terrorism, and the way it has evolved within that specific political/ideological framework. It underlines what has been emphasized throughout the chapter: that injustice symbols are not fixed social and political entities.