Daily Sabah: Charlie Hebdo and Christchurch: Two terror attacks, double standards23 March 2019 | 21:00 | FOCUS News Agency
Charlie Hebdo is known as a satirical newspaper that has said to be against any authority, anything held as sacred, or any individual or group claiming supremacy. After cartoons mocking Islam many times, in 2015, the magazine published a number that insulted Prophet Mohammed once again and provoked Muslims, who believe that drawing the Prophet's pictures in any way are banned and it is blasphemy. In the simplest term, the editors of the "irresponsible magazine" – it's their own words – hurt the feelings of the believers of Islam. But more than that, acting recklessly, they paved the way for extremists, one of whom pledged allegiance to Daesh and the other two declared their loyalty to al-Qaida in the Arabian peninsula, finding a pretext for their bloody attack. All Muslim countries, including the French Muslim community, immediately condemned the terrorist attack.
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