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Jan 7, 2015
Jan 7, 2015
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Attacked French weekly Charlie Hebdo often lambasted religion, especially radical Islam

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(A cameraman shows the front page of Charlie Hebdo which shows a caricature of French author Michel Houellebecq, author of a new book about a fictional Muslim takeover of France, near the weekly’s Paris offices after a shooting January 7, 2015. REUTERS/Jacky Naegelen)

Charlie Hebdo, the French satirical newspaper that was victim of a bloody attack on Wednesday claiming at least 12 lives, has never pulled its punches when it came to lambasting religion, especially radical Islam.

Jan 7, 2015

Attacked French weekly often lambasted religion, especially Islam

PARIS, Jan 7 (Reuters) – Charlie Hebdo, the French satirical
newspaper that was victim of a bloody attack on Wednesday
claiming at least 12 lives, has never pulled its punches when it
came to lambasting religion, especially radical Islam.

From publishing the Danish cartoons of Mohammad that sparked
Middle East riots in 2005 to renaming an edition “Sharia Hebdo”
and listing Islam’s prophet as its supposed editor-in-chief, the
weekly has repeatedly caricatured Muslims and their beliefs.

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