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What do you think of Charlie Hebdo's controversial cartoons?

by BK (follow)
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Paris shootout has not only been terrifying but also disturbing for the people who consider the freedom to right as their absolute right. Did you get a chance to look at those cartoons? What do you think of them or about the situation in general?

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It is freedom of speech.
But!
It's also a red flag to a bull.

I think freedom is great in writing.

I also know a picture can say a thousand words, as they say.

I really feel for those who got caught up in all this.
Your dealing with people who are Fanatics.

If you insult them, they have no sense of humour.
I'm very surprised, it did not happen before it did....There are certain people in the world who do not believe in 'freedom of the press'.

Their key-core issues go very deep, and as I say if you upset them, make fun of them, and look down at them....they will act.

Hebdo's cartoons are in my eyes are totally distasteful, not even funny.
It makes people angry, and hurt...No one was free from his insatiable pen.


It was freedom of speech, there should not have been any loss of life.
The few that I saw were quite disrespectful, but I cannot say that I know too much about what happened.
by Vee
I don't like them myself but I do think they should be free to publish them. I do not think that suppressing things I don't like or that make me uncomfortable is the answer, except in a handful of very extreme circumstances (images of child porn for example!). Killing people because you object to what they have said about you or your religion seems so wrong I can't begin to imagine how anyone could think it is right.
Freedom of speech comes with responsibility but does not warrant a loss of life.
by Gia
Yes, the cartoons were disrespectful and not funny at all. BUT as Dr. Khaled Hanafy said 'Insults were directed to the Prophet during his life and after his death; the Qur'an related such defamations and they will never stop. So, the appropriate response is through thought, art and opinion not murder or terror.'


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