Charlie Hebdo

  • Upcoming Roundtable | #JeSuisCharlie and Freedom of Speech

    The two gunmen who committed the horrific massacre at the Paris offices of the satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo earlier this month, said that they had “avenged the prophet”, referring to the Prophet Muhammed who had been satirized by the magazine on numerous occasions. In the wake of the attack, Je Suis Charlie (French for “I Am Charlie,”) became a slogan to symbolize those who stood in support of the slain … Read More

  • Picks of the Week | Charlie Hebdo

    Gun Laws in France France has strict gun laws. Why didn’t that save Charlie Hebdo victims? | The Washington Post Charlie Hebdo Massacre: France Gun Control Debate Unlikely to Spring Up After Paris Shooting, Experts Say | International Business Times Americans expressed shock, anger and sadness over the Charlie Hebdo massacre in Paris on Wednesday. Many also shook their heads and expressed incredulity over the idea that both the bodyguards at the … Read More