After the Charlie Hebdo massacre in January 2015, when Islamic terrorists killed 12 people (including 9 journalists), many morose commentators discredited themselves morally, criticizing the dead and almost justifying an abominable crime against the spirit they claim to represent.
Charlie Hebdo is a unique weekly magazine through its total independence, and is part of a long French tradition of irreverence that goes up to Rabelais and the Renaissance humour. It is a satirical and political we...
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