Charlie Hebdo, the French satirical magazine that was the scene of an Islamist massacre in 2015, is re-releasing the controversial cartoons of the prophet that sparked the attack, just in time for the trial of terrorists’ accomplices to begin. If you hadn’t guessed, freedom of speech and the right to blaspheme, are kind of a big deal in uber-secular France!
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