no muslim make any cartoons of jesus , but non-muslims make cartoons of our prophets , why there is no rules for them , why international media not taking any steps against them ,in israel if someone say , hitler is good man then there is death for him ,
You are perfectly welcome to do cartoons of jesus. Many atheists do just that, because it's fun to ridicule religious beliefs. The rule is the same for everyone and every subject, you are allowed to say whatever you want (as long as it is not a death-treat or a direct and explicit invitation to violent actions) in whatever form of media available to you (speech, drawing, editorials, blog posts, etc.). That's it. If people say things you disagree with, then you can express that disagreement with your own rights of free speech, or you can simply ignore them. There are no "illegal" subjects of discourse, you can speak about whatever you want and say whatever you want. Of course, there are "taboo" subjects, but these are not illegal, simply not discussed a lot because it is offending to many, but if they are spoken about, nobody gets arrested for it, let alone killed for it.
If, in Israel, someone says that Hilter was a good man, that person should suffer no legal consequences or any kind of physical harm as a consequence of that. He would not get murderered, and if he did get murdered by someone who was offended by his speech, then that murderer will be put in jail for a long time. Of course, a person making such a statement in Israel will probably have a very difficult time getting along with his neighbors, because he will have offended them all. Of course, here, I assume Israel functions as a western democracy with similar free-speech laws, which is not the case, but I don't know enough about israeli society to know for sure what would happen. At least, what I described is what should happen in a free society.
At my university, which has a fair amount of jewish people, there used to be a guy, an evangelical Christian, who used to stand at the entrance gates of the campus every tuesday and thursday for couple of hours around lunch-time. He stood there with large signs ("sandwich-man") with various hateful message directed at the Jews, more or less to the effect that they are demons, rotten, and basically the scum of the earth. During the four years of my undergraduate degree, I never saw him once getting any kind of physical or violent altercations. Nobody took him seriously, of course, and everybody who actually stopped to read the messages were offended by them, but no one would ever dare to challenge his right to express those views. That's what it means to live in a civilized society. When you know that your own freedoms are dependent on your willingness to accept what other people do with their freedoms, it all makes perfect sense.
but what if someone making fun of our prophet ?
what if someone want to burn our quran ?
Then ignore them and go on with your life. That's what Christians do when we ridicule their religion or religious figures. You have to accept that some people do things that you don't agree with, but that doesn't give you any rights to forbid them from doing it. And if you say that such actions are blasphemous, and that in your religious beliefs these are very bad things to do, well, that's your problem.
Remember, if, as a consequence of being offended by a cartoon or a burnt Qur'an, you issue death-treat or carry out any kind of violent actions against the author, then I (and hopefully most, at least, in the western world) would consider your actions to be criminal, and you ought to be arrested and convicted. There is no crime that can be justified as a retaliation against an exercise of free-speech. To me, those muslims who were issuing death-treats after the Danish cartoonists, Salman Rushdie, or Ayaan Hirsi Ali, are criminals under the law. While, of course, cartoonists and authors are well within their rights to write or draw about whatever they want. If you don't like them, ignore them, boycott their books, or whatever else, within the bounds of the law (including anti-harrassement laws).