Prophet Mohammed, Al-Qaeda, ISIS and all radical Muslims can suck it. The next edition of Charlie Hebdo, out on Wednesday, 1/14/2015, with a million-copy print run, will "naturally" contain cartoons of Prophet Mohammed, along with jibes against politicians and religions across the board, said the stricken weekly's lawyer.
Richard Malka was among the first to call for the magazine to continue functioning after nine of its contributors, including famed cartoonists Cabu and Wolinski and its publishing director, Charb, were gunned down last Wednesday by Chérif and Saïd Kouachi.
When asked whether that meant more cartoons of Mohammed, which have been a regular feature in the magazine until last Wednesday's attack, he replied: "Naturally."
"We will not give in otherwise all this won't have meant anything," he told France Info radio on Monday, which broadcast from the magazine's heavily guarded temporary offices at Libération newspaper.
"Humour without self-deprecation isn't humour. We mock ourselves, politicians, religions, it's a state of mind you need to have." No guts no glory Charlie Hebdo Vive la France.
Bill Warner Private Investigator Sarasota Fl at www.wbipi.com