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Next Edition Of Charlie Hebdo To Feature Cartoons Of Mohammed Again

Paris, France – A murderous rampage apparently isn’t going to stop the presses at Charlie Hebdo. After roughly 4 million people took to the streets to show their support for the magazine, and their right to publish their cartoons, they are going right for the gusto again. Editors at Charlie Hebdo have stated that despite the violence and further threats of attack, they are going to be publishing cartoons featuring Mohammed, the prophet of Islam. You can bet that there will be no holds barred in next week’s edition, which will likely feature a defiant message aimed at those who wish to silence the free presses around the world.

Next Edition Of Charlie Hebdo To Feature Cartoons Of Mohammed Again

Charlie Hebdo Plans To Publish Cartoon Of Mohammed Next Week

Despite recent deaths and further threats of violence all across France, Charlie Hebdo has the people’s support to publish damning cartoons of Mohammed in next week’s edition. (Image from charliehebdo.fr)

Almost overnight the satirical news publication became a household name after a small group of brazen gunmen openly attacked the headquarters of the magazine in Paris during broad daylight. The attack led to a nationwide manhunt for the suspects, and other shootings and hostage situations around Paris.

Due to the message that the publishers of Charlie Hebdo wish to send with next week’s edition, they will be publishing the paper in 16 different languages. This will help ensure that more and more people around the world hear the message that they wish to get out. Other authors and publications have shown their support for the writers and editors at Charlie Hebdo, since no one should live in fear that they are going to be persecuted or executed by thugs for expressing their opinions and beliefs.

The problem doesn’t stem from the fact that some people disagree with publicly defaming religion and its associated idols and deities, but more so that there are some who believe they are justified to take people’s lives in retaliation for it. No matter how you slice it, a humorous cartoon is meant to solicit a humorous response based partly on truth and sometimes prejudice. In the case of Charlie Hebdo, they have no greater reason than last week’s attacks to stand defiant against threats to their very lives.

Next Edition Of Charlie Hebdo To Feature Cartoons Of Mohammed Again.

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