A cartoon from the first issue since the attack on the weekly French satirical newspaper Charlie Hebdo features the Prophet Mohammed with a sign "I am Charlie," and is titled "All is forgiven." Just hours after Charlie Hebdo was released last week, two brothers claiming affiliation with al Qaida in the Arabian Peninsula broke into an editorial meeting and killed 12 people, including five cartoonists and two police officers.
A cartoon from the first issue since the attack on the weekly French satirical newspaper Charlie Hebdo features the Prophet Mohammed with a sign "I am Charlie," and is titled "All is forgiven." Just hours after Charlie Hebdo was released last week, two brothers claiming affiliation with al Qaida in the Arabian Peninsula broke into an editorial meeting and killed 12 people, including five cartoonists and two police officers. McClatchy
A cartoon from the first issue since the attack on the weekly French satirical newspaper Charlie Hebdo features the Prophet Mohammed with a sign "I am Charlie," and is titled "All is forgiven." Just hours after Charlie Hebdo was released last week, two brothers claiming affiliation with al Qaida in the Arabian Peninsula broke into an editorial meeting and killed 12 people, including five cartoonists and two police officers. McClatchy

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