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The News Minute| January 7, 2015| 10.40 pm IST Masked gunmen entered the office of a French satirical newspaper Charlie Hebdo in Paris on Wednesday and killed 12 people, including the magazine's Editor, top journalists and two police officers. The newspaper has been attacked before for lampooning Prophet Muhemmed. A look at some of their cartoons, and it is evident that Charlie Hebdo did not spare anyone.  To the one tomorrow: Realignment, was it necessary to show these images? The Life of Mohammed \ Facebook Page description said- 'Because a good drawing is often better than speech' A Jew, the pope, and an Islamic fundamentalist declare: “Charlie Hebdo must be veiled!” "Love is stronger than hate”, featuring a man in Islamic attire kissing a Charlie Hebdo cartoonist, 2011. via Buzzfeed This was an edition in 2011 where Prophet Muhemmed was the guest editor and said, "a hundred lashes if you don’t die laughing”. The offices of the magazine were fire bombed after this edition reports The Independent.  Bin Laden “But who wants English people in Europe?” If Mohammed returned Sarkozy is not on strike Ah, best wishes by eh way.. AL Baghdadi. This was the cartoon put just hours before the attacks Read- The others on Al Qaeda's list along with Charlie Hebdo editor Stéphane Charbonnier You may have never heard of Charlie Hebdo before, their history in ten brief points Tweet Follow @thenewsminute