Charlie Hebdo Depicts Prophet Muhammad On Cover
The cover of the first issue after terrorist attack depicts a cartoon of the Prophet.
Tomorrow, the next issue of French satirical Magazine Charlie Hebdo will be available for sale, reports Liberation.
The cover will depict a cartoon of the Prophet Muhammad (his images are banned in Islamic law and practice) holding a "Je suis Charlie" sign. These words became the slogan of a unity march, which was held on January 11th in Paris, as a symbol of the fight against terrorism and for freedom of speech. Above the cartoon are the words "All is forgiven."
Police have cordon off the Charlie Hebdo's building.
Three million copies of the new edition will be released with the support of the world media and will be sold in 25 countries of the world.