Image Source: AFPA slogan reading, “Nous sommes tous Charlie,” (“We are all Charlie”) in Arabic and French has been put on the facade of the Institute of the Arab World (Institut du Monde Arabe, IMA in French) in Paris, on January 12, 2015.
Image Source: AF – A man in suit wears a “Je Suis Charlie” (“I am Charlie”) button, during a gathering in solidarity with victims of the recent Paris terrorist attacks at the Plaza de Francia in Panama City, Jan 12, 2015.
The daily paper, Liberation, facilitated the Charlie Hebdo staff as they arranged the new issue, and is taking care of its unique one million duplicate print that was printed in various languages.
Liberation distributed the Charlie Hebdo spread online late Monday night, in front of the mocking magazine’s production on Wednesday.
The cartoon illustrates an unshaven man holding a sign stating, “Je suis Charlie” (“I am Charlie”).
Overhead was the expression, “Tout est Pardonne” (“All is Forgiven”).
The recent assault is said to be the most noticeably awful terrorist frenzy in France in decades, which took place after Charlie Hebdo’s productions conveyed what have been broadly seen as cartoons of the prophet, Muhammad (peace be upon him).
A few witnesses who were available at Charlie Hebdo’s workplace at the time of the assault had reported that the aggressors at the paper’s business locales yelled, “we have vindicated!”
Muslims believe that all images of the prophet Muhammad are blasphemous & impious.