Journalist Zineb El Rhazoui used the anniversary of the Charlie Hebdo terrorist attack to speak out for the first time about why she decided to leave the publication last fall.
After the terrorism that left twelve dead in its offices, French magazine Charlie Hebdo will no longer publish pictures of Muhammed.
French magazine Charlie Hebdo won’t draw Muhammed any more after terrorists murdered eleven of its staff for doing so. So in this case, terrorism wins.
Cartoons of Muhammed? Unpublishable. Portrait of Pope Benedict made of condoms? Definitely publishable. At least, The New York Times thinks so.
A lot of people want to indicate their disapproval of a prohibition on cartoons of Mohammed—but without doing anything to defy that prohibition.
In response to the Garland attack, if you really believe in free speech, don’t follow that with “but.”
The Charlie Hebdo attack shows us that organized Islamic terrorism is still alive and capable.
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