When news outlets decline to print Muhammed cartoon, they blur out Democracy – ‘Charlie Hebdo’ editor

The editor of ‘Charlie Hebdo’ lashed out against news outlets which blurred out or refused to print their offensive cartoon of Muhammed, saying it was a “symbol of Democracy,” and of secularism, freedom of religion and freedom of speech.



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If you don’t print the cartoon you “offend the citizenry”? I think it’s hypocritical for outsets that tried to shame Sony into releasing “the Interview” wussed out when it came to their necks on the line, but otherwise no one is obligated to print anything by “Charlie Hebdo” – isn’t that freedom sacred as well?

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