Mohammed Returns to Charlie Hebdo
They’re not being shy about it. The surviving staffers of the satirical magazine have chosen their next cover — a cartoon of the Islamic prophet shedding a tear and holding up a “Je suis Charlie” sign under the poignant words, “All is forgiven.” The new issue comes out Wednesday, exactly one week after 12 people died in a horrific terrorist attack at the magazine. “We will not give in,” said its lawyer, Richard Malka. With financial support pouring in, the magazine will print three million copies, compared to its usual run of 60,000.