news Wednesday, March 11, 2015 - 05:30
The News Minute| January 12, 2015| 10.30 pm IST The world is still recovering from the brazen and brutal attack at French satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo's office in Paris... but the next edition of the magazine will be out as usual on Wednesday. The Telegraph UK reports that the edition will also contain cartoons of Prophet Mohammed. The weekly's lawyer Richard Malka when asked by France Info radio whether there would be more cartoons of Mohammed, replied "Naturally." He told the radio that they will not give in as "otherwise all this won't have meant anything." "We have never criticised a Jew because he's a Jew, a Muslim because he's a Muslim or a Christian because he's a Christian. But you can say anything you like, the worst horrors – and we do – about Christianity, Judaism and Islam, because behind the nice slogans, that's the reality of Charlie Hebdo," Malka told France Info Wednesday's special edition will be translated into 16 languages, and a million copies will be printed. It will have satires on religious leaders, politicians and on racism... the usual Charlie Hebdo style. Tweet

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