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Controversial cartoons published by Charlie Hebdo
Controversial cartoons that depicted the Prophet Muhammed and lampooned Islamic radicals have appeared several times in the pages of Charlie Hebdo.

ISIS leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi

The last tweet from French satirical publication Charlie Hebdo -- before the shooting at their offices -- depicts Islamic State leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi. The tweet read "Best wishes, by the way." The text in the cartoon reads "Greetings from al-Baghdadi as well" and "…and especially health.”

Prophet Muhammed

The offices of Charlie Hebdo were firebombed in November 2011 after the publication featured this cartoon of Prophet Muhammed on its cover. The text reads "100 lashes if you don’t die of laughter!"

 

Prophet Muhammed

In 2006, Charlie Hebdo republished cartoons of the Prophet Muhammed that were printed in a Dutch magazine.

The Muhammed cartoons

Charlie Hebdo republished these 12 cartoons of the Prophet Muhammed that originally ran in the Danish publication Jyllands Posten. Islam forbids any image that attempts to portray its most important prophet.

Controversial cartoons published by Charlie Hebdo

Controversial cartoons that depicted the Prophet Muhammed and lampooned Islamic radicals have appeared several times in the pages of Charlie Hebdo.

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