Recently, Charlie Hebdo published an edition that had God carrying a kalashnikov on the cover, and a news organisation reportedly decided not to show the cover because it had an image of God (apparently having an image of God was enough, as opposed to him carrying a gun or having blood splattered on him). From After finding out that Charlie Hebdo cover satirizes God, MSNBC censors it (the link has no pictures of the prophet, just an image of God)
In a reply that merits no further commentary from this blog, the MSNBC rep says that the network showed the current Charlie Hebdo cover up until it confirmed that the image was of God. “Once we found that out, we stopped showing it,” notes the rep.
Is drawing the God of Islam, Christianity and Judaism allowed in Islam?
I tried googling about the topic, but mainly got hits about the drawing of the prophet Mohammed in Islam.
The following are related, but don't seem to answer this question: Are depictions of the prophet PBUH forbidden Islamically? (about the Prophet), and Is it permissible to make and watch TV programs with living creatures in them? (about living creatures).