Rohde says that the 12 cartoonists have had their lives overturned and are now living in hiding, after receiving several death threats.
"And a daughter of one of cartoonist was sought out by 12 Moslem males - they were looking to get to her. Fortunately she wasn’t at school," Jens Rohde said.
Now it turns out the "12 Moslem males" were actually 6-8 preteen girls.
"They weren’t adults, but 6th grade students and can’t be more then 10 or 11 years old. There weren’t 12 persons, but at most 6-8 girls. And what has been reported as something that might have been planned because of the Muhammed cartoons was the result of a year-long strife between the students of the 2 schools which began long before the Muhammed cartoons issue, " the cartoonist says.
He wants to emphasise that the strife has now been amiably settled.
"They are kids, and it was a girl thing which might as well have been about someone taking another’s boyfriend. What Jens Rohde said was something he made up, and it is really disturbing that he would ever go public with this story. I think it should be made clear how he has lied," says the cartoonist, who wishes to remain anonymous to protect his family.
Malkin's lack of an apology can be found here.