A Palestinian graphic designer Abrar Sabbah, redrew the controversial cartoon by Charlie Hebdo about the earthquakes in Türkiye in support of the victims and survivors of the earthquakes.
The French hate pamphlet continues to spread its message of hatred, stopping at nothing, even mocking the victims of the devastating earthquake in Türkiye.
The satirical magazine is known for its racist cartoons and caricatures, which have been globally condemned, and has sparked a debate about free speech and the right to offend.
Tehran warns of "effective and decisive response" after notorious French magazine publishes dozens of caricatures including variety of sexual images depicting supreme leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei and fellow clerics.
The offensive cartoon is believed to be a Charlie Hebdo front page from 2015, which sparked massive protests across the Muslim world.
During his annual press conference, Putin expressed the importance of artistic freedom without hindrance to religious freedom.
President Emmanuel Macron, who defended Charlie Hebdo's caricatures insulting Islam's Prophet Muhammad as freedom of expression, sues billboard owner Michel-Ange Flori, who depicted Macron as Adolf Hitler to protest Covid-19 curbs.
Authorities reportedly deploy paramilitary forces to major cities and issue instructions to restrict internet in capital's sensitive areas as protesters demand the release of a party leader and expulsion of France's envoy from Pakistan.
French magazine mocks George Floyd's killing in US and Meghan Markle's racism concerns in UK both, in a cartoon that has been called "outrageous" and "racist."
Human rights organisations from around the world call upon the United Nations to investigate France’s treatment of its Muslim citizens.
A total of 14 suspected accomplices went on trial, three of them in absentia. The court gave sentences ranging from four years to life imprisonment with all those present in court convicted for their role in providing support for the killings.
French President Emmanuel Macron argues the legislation is needed to shore up his country's secular system, which many fear will stigmatise French Muslim community, Europe's largest.
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