Charlie Hebdo Republishes Muhammad Cartoons as Terror Trial Begins
•Sep 3, 2020
Staff for the French satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo paid a heavy price for standing up for freedom of speech. In 2015, jihadis opened fire at the magazine’s Paris headquarters, killing a dozen people and wounding eleven more. The gunmen were killed two days later, but now, in 2020, fourteen people charged as accomplices are on trial. The editors for Charlie Hebdo decided to republish the infamous Muhammad cartoons.