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September 19, 2012

http://edition.cnn.com/2012/09/19/wo...oon/index.html

The Charlie Hebdo cartoons are not labeled Mohammed, but several, including one that appears to show a man's naked rear end, could easily be interpreted as being depictions of Islam's prophet.

France says it will not authorize protests over anti-Islam film

Charlie Hebdo journalist Laurent Leger said the magazine did not intend to provoke anger or violence.

"The aim is to laugh," Leger said. "We want to laugh at the extremists -- every extremist. They can be Muslim, Jewish, Catholic. Everyone can be religious, but extremist thoughts and acts we cannot accept."

Leger defended the magazine, saying it was within its rights and not responsible for people's reactions.

"In France, we always have the right to write and draw. And if some people are not happy with this, they can sue us and we can defend ourselves. That's democracy. You don't throw bombs; you discuss, you debate. But you don't act violently. We have to stand and resist pressure from extremism."

French Prime Minister Jean-Marc Ayrault expressed his support for the freedom of press, but he said there are limits.

"We have a free press that can express itself right up to the point of caricature," Ayrault said Tuesday. "But there is also a question of responsibility."

He assured the public that "all the precautions will be taken" to maintain order.

The cartoons are provoking outrage among the French Muslim community, while other Muslims have accused the magazine of pandering for attention.

Wednesday's cartoons were published a day after hundreds of Muslims took to Twitter to satirize the U.S. magazine Newsweek's cover story on "Muslim Rage" in which the Somali-born writer and former Muslim Ayaan Hirsi Ali said the recent protests represented mainstream Muslim opinion worldwide.

Muslims shot back with tongue-in-cheek tweets about what really enrages them, such as having a really good hair day but no one notices because they're wearing hijabs.

Hend Amry, who posted that tweet as @LibyaLiberty, said Charlie Hebdo's latest cartoons were a cynical attempt to inflate sales. She disputed the magazine's position that it just wants to provoke laughter and express its right to free speech.
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