Charlie Hebdo

The Je Suis Charlie campaign has been a blind support for the hate crimes admitted against the Islamist religion. Granted, the mass ace of civilians and police force is never acceptable. However neither France nor Al Qaeda are the good guys.

These Are The Charlie Hebdo Cartoons That Muslim Terrorists Thought Were Worth Killing Over (w/translations) > http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2015/01/07/charlie-hebdo-cartoons-paris-french-newspaper-shooting_n_6429552.html?ir=Media Islamic terrorists kill 12 in France over cartoons 1/7/15 > http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2900259/Gunmen-kill-11-Charlie-Hebdo-attack.html Please Pin far & wide! Show 'fearless disrespect' for these barbarians & their medieval religion!

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NEW: The rise and rise of Citizen Journalism article. Protesters in Place de la Nation, Paris marching against the Charlie Hebdo attack © Martin Argyroglo 2015

Charlie Hebdo changed its website to read 'Je suis Charlie,' then posted the defiant slogan in different languages after the phrase spread around the world.

Twitter users proclaim ‘Je suis Charlie’ (‘I am Charlie’) after terror attack kills 12 at Charlie Hebdo magazine office in Paris - NY Daily News

After the attack on the French satire magazine Charlie Hebdo, social media users around the world are proclaiming “Je suis Charlie.

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'The world has become so serious that humour is a risky profession' Bernardo Erlich

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The moving tributes to the victims of the Charlie Hebdo shooting dave brown

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Je suis Charlie

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A nous de faire couler... l'encre!

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It was Herald Sun cartoonist Mark Knight who tipped me over the edge.

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Avec Charlie Hebdo, Les canards voleront toujurs plus haut que les fusils

L’édito de Frédéric Bonnaud: N’est pas Charlie qui veut

L’édito de Frédéric Bonnaud: N’est pas Charlie qui veut

Pens are thrown on the ground as people hold a vigil at the Place de la Republique (Republic Square) for victims of the terrorist attack, on January 7, 2015  in Paris, France. Twelve people were killed, including two police officers, after gunmen opened fire at the offices of the French satirical publication Charlie Hebdo.

Paris, France - Photos - Thousands across the world take part in solidarity rallies after Paris terror attack

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