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|Subject: French newspaper depicting the Prophet Muhammad ridiculed Ye won the Renaissance Party in Tunisia... Wed Nov 02, 2011 8:35 am|| |
Here's an article quoted from news agency AFP
Decided that the newspaper "Charlie Hebdo" to make the Prophet Mohammed "editor" next issue which will be called "law Hebdo" On this occasion, "to celebrate the victory of" the Islamic Renaissance Party of Tunisia in the elections. She said, "Charlie Hebdo" in the statement, "to celebrate the victory of the Islamic Renaissance Party in Tunisia, and the Declaration of the President of the Transitional National Assembly that the law will be the source of legislation in Libya Charlie Hebdo suggested that the Prophet Muhammad, editor of the next edition."
He added the text "by the prophet this offer and we thank him for that." And published on its front page picture of the Prophet Mohammed which appeared pleased with the words "100 lashes if you do not die of laughter!". And on the inner pages of fees to justify the "soft law", and on the last page picture of the Prophet Mohammed with a red clown's nose and the words "Yes to Islam, a sense of humor." The comments made Monday to social networking on this topic and some expressed resentment on twitter.
Said the painter and director of "Charlie Hebdo" to AFP: "we wonder what we do to not to cause dismay." "I do not feel that we took on the additional provocation. We have the impression that we just do our job as usual. The only difference this week is that the Prophet Mohammed on the cover and this is rare."
The "Charlie Hebdo" represented in court by the cartoons of the Prophet Mohammed published in February 2006 and considered insulting Islamic organizations but was acquitted. The publication of the cartoons in the newspapers Dnmarkiyh and other newspapers in European countries sparked violent protests in several Muslim countries.
The editor of "Charlie Hebdo", "It is unfortunate that the only radical reactions about Islam or the Prophet Muhammad."
Caption: the cover of the newspaper making fun of the invitation to apply Sharia in Libya