The lame stream media, the socialist Â polit-props and their Mohammedan minders are already feeling the heat:
The Turkish government condemned the publication as a “mistake.”
“To transform the life of the prophet of Islam into a cartoon is in itself a mistake,”Â Ibrahim Kalin, senior political advisor to Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan, wrote on Twitter.Â “Whatever the people at Charlie Hebdo say, this is a provocation.”
The French government has also spoken out against the cartoons:
“There is no necessity to pour oil on fire,” Â —spokesperson Najat Vallaud-Belkacem told France 2.
French satirical magazine prints Muhammad comics
Charlie Hebdo shrugs off threats, publishes new comic book biography of Islam’s founder–AFP
A French satirical magazine, whose offices were fire-bombed after it published cartoons lampooning the prophetÂ Muhammad, published on Wednesday a comic book biography of Islam’s founder.
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The editor of Charlie Hebdo weekly has insisted that the new book, titled “The Life of Muhammad”, was a properly researched and educational work prepared by a Franco-Tunisian sociologist.
“It is a biography authorized by Islam since it was edited by Muslims,” said Stephane Charbonnier, who was also the illustrator of the book whose front page shows the prophet leading a camel through the desert.
“I don’t think higher Muslim minds could find anything inappropriate,” he said last week.
You’ll find out, bro, you’ll find out! Those “higher muslim minds” will come after you like wasps when you disturb them in their hive…..
In stores now. Muhammad biography (Photo: EPA)
Charbonnier said the idea for the comic book came to him in 2006 when aÂ newspaper in DenmarkÂ published cartoons of Muhammad, later republished by Charlie Hebdo, drawing angry protests across the Muslim world.
“Before having a laugh about a character, it’s better to know him. As much as we know about the life of Jesus, we know nothing about Muhammad,” he said.
Charbonnier. Got the idea from Danish magazine (Photo: MCT)
Satirical newspaper Charlie Hebdo has on several occasions published cartoon versions of Islam’s prophet in a declared effort to defend free speech, to theÂ furyÂ of many Muslims who believe depicting Muhammad is sacrilegious.
In September Charlie Hebdo published cartoons of a naked Muhammad as violent protests were taking place in several countries over a low-budget film made in the United States that insults the prophet.
|In 2011 Charlie Hebdo’s offices were hit by a firebomb and its website pirated after publishing an edition titled “Charia Hebdo” featuring several Muhammad cartoons.|
Charbonnier, who has received death threats, lives under police protection.