20 Heartbreaking Cartoons From Artists Responding To The Charlie Hebdo Shooting

BuzzFeed – Ryan Broderick – Can’t sleep tonight, thoughts with my French cartooning colleagues, their families and loved ones #CharlieHebdo — RLOppenheimer (@Ruben L. Oppenheimer) I am devastated by what just happened in France. #CharlieHebdo — jean_jullien

 

 

 

 

The magazine said it will dedicate its next edition to Charlie Hebdo

Twelve people were killed on Wednesday in Paris in a terrorist attack on the offices of satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo. Four more are in critical condition. The attack, which is presumed to have Islamist motives, will fuel hatred against European Muslims, some commentators fear. Others urge Europe to maintain a critical – and satirical – view of Islam.

The Charlie Hebdo attack: a first look at the background and context

… and killing of innocent Muslims, evoking similar notions of ‘defence’ and ‘vengeance’. Charlie Hebdo‘s 2 versions. Davide Del Giudice/Demotix.All rights reservedAs the dreadful details of a gun attack on the Paris offices of the
Charlie Hebdo: “There is no way they will make us put down our pens.”

…logy by political means and mass mobilisation. We are all Charlie! To those who attacked Charlie Hebdo yesterday shouting “Allahu Akbar,” I would like to say that your kind of God – a God of Hate and Murder – is not Great. Nor is that God the God of most Muslims, but rather of your own Islamist cult – which so many people of Muslim heritage oppose. You are incapable of understanding satire; you openly revile the beliefs of others but brook no criticism of the medieval notions you believe. You
juancole.com – Juan Cole – By Juan Cole | (Informed Comment) The horrific murder of the editor, cartoonists and other staff of the irreverent satirical weekly Charlie Hebdo, along with two policemen, by terrorists in Paris was in my view a strategic strike, aiming at

 

 

Turkey’s caricaturists and humor writers condemned the attack on Charlie Hebdo that led to the death of 12 people including 4 caricaturists.

 

 

Two Islamist newspapers wrote headlines ‘justifying’ the deadly attack on Charlie Hebdo

The killings at the satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo highlight the threat to media workers in a world where free expression faces many violent threats. But they provide no excuse for hateful rejoinders.

Independent

In the aftermath of the terror attack at the office of satirical weekly Charlie Hebdoin Paris, newspapers around the world have used Thursday’s front pages as a show of defiance and support

 

 

Terror in Paris, Answers from RAND Experts

The attack that claimed the lives of 12 people in the offices of a Paris-based satirical magazine sent waves of terror and disbelief across France today.

 

Popular ‘Banksy’ Instagram account offers powerful message of perseverance after Paris attack

 

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Editors’ note: This image, which is unique according to a reverse image search done on Tin Eye, was posted on the @Banksy Instagram accountto its nearly 1 million followers. It is not, however, confirmed to be an official account operated by the artist. It could be Banksy, but the artist’s real accounts are unclear. We’ve changed the headline and story below to reflect that.

 

 

 

 

RT @senelersin: A person left flowers and #JeSuisCharlie note at the door of French Consulate in Istanbul and that

A person left flowers and#JeSuisCharlie note at the door of French Consulate in Istanbul and that’s all from Turkey.http://t.co/dH2zngKdo7

 

Suspects

French police officials have identified three men as suspects in the deadly terror attack at the Paris offices of the Charlie Hebdo newspaper.

 

Manhunt for French magazine gunmen

 

French police mount a huge search for three gunmen who shot dead 12 people at the Paris office of the French satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo.

 

Terrorists Can’t Kill Charlie Hebdo’s Ideas

 

Terrorists Can’t Kill Charlie Hebdo’s Ideas

With continuous live blogs and hands-on reports of wearables and televisions streaming out of Las Vegas, we must stop and consider the horror of what has happened in Paris.

 

Supporters of gunmen in Paris terror attack are celebrating on Twitter

 

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After gunmen in Paris shot and killed at least 12 people in what French President Francois Hollande called a “terror attack” on the satiricial magazine Charlie Hebdo on Wednesday, supporters of the shooters are espousing gleeful reactions on Twitter

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Timeline: Europe’s deadliest terror attacks

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Photos From France Following the Attack on Charlie Hebdo

 

Attack in Paris

Following the attack at the office of Charlie Hebdo magazine in Paris, President Barack Obama and Secretary of State John Kerry condemned the attack and underscored U.S. solidarity with France, America’s oldest ally.

 

VIDEO: Candlelit vigil for Paris victims

 

A vigil has been held in Paris in memory of the 12 people who lost their lives in a gun attack at the offices of the satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo.
Europe’s Brutal Truth

Wednesday morning, two assailants armed with Kalashnikovs forced their way into the editorial offices of Charlie Hebdo, a French satirical magazine, and murdered 12 people—many of them writers, editors, and cartoonists. It was as pure an attack on freedom of speech as can be imagined.

 

VIDEO: Massacre at French magazine office

 

Gunmen have attacked the Paris office of the French satirical magazine, Charlie Hebdo, killing 12 people and injuring seven.

 

What we all feared. The view from Paris

 

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What happened in Paris today comes as a shock but — unfortunately — not as a surprise

 

Europe’s struggle with Islamism

 

Paris attack highlights Europe’s problem with radical Islamists

 

French president: ‘Several terror attacks’ foiled in weeks before Paris tragedy

 

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French intelligence officials foiled several terrorist attacks in the weeks before the attack on the Charlie Hebdo magazine offices, French President Francois Hollande said on Wednesday at the scene of the shooting that killed 12 people.

 

No, we are NOT all Charlie (and that’s a problem)

 

It is comforting and politically expedient to claim that “we” are attacked because “they” cannot deal with “our” freedoms, particularly freedom of speech.

 

Charlie Hebdo Offices Attack: Live Updates

 

Multiple gunmen are believed to be at large following a deadly attack on the offices of the satirical Paris newspaper Charlie Hebdo. Early reports indicate that as many as 12 people may have been killed, including several employees of the paper, its editor-in-chief, and police officers nearby.

 

theguardian.com – Claire Phipps – Jan 7, 3:24 AM – Reporter and documentary filmaker Martin Boudot has tweeted a picture which he says is of journalists taking refuge on the roof of Charlie Hebdo: There are many reports coming in on this story – it is important to state at this point that…

 

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Malachy Browne ‏@malachybrowne RT @JulienPain: French Internet users start using this image “I am charlie” as profiles.

 

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BBC Breaking News ‏@BBCBreaking French President Hollande condemns “barbaric act” after #CharlieHebdo gun attack kills 11 http://bbc.in/1BytBnh

 

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sendika.org ‏@sendika_org  #CharlieHebdo saldırısında derginin editörü Stéphane Charbonnier ve ünlü karikatürist Jean Cabut hayatını kaybetti.

 

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