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《查理周刊》从1970年创刊以来就是自由和讽刺媒体的象征。通过具有讽刺、挑战色彩的漫画对政治人物,以及包括宗教领袖在内的“明星”进行嘲讽。据《查理周刊》律师Richard Malka介绍,自从刊登了穆罕默德的漫画后,8年来,周刊就经常受到威胁,虽然受到警方保护,但是今天面对手持“卡拉什尼科夫”自动步枪的“野蛮人”,一点办法都没有。他说,《查理周刊》所做的就是捍卫言论自由,捍卫所有人的自由。但不幸的是,今天,一些记者和漫画作者为此付出了惨重的代价。

It renamed the magazine Charia Hebdo, in reference to Shari’a law, and named the Prophet Muhammad as a “guest editor.” In the cartoon, Muhammed says, "100 lashes if you don't die of laughter!" The issue sparked a hacking of the magazine's website and arson of the magazine's office.


It reads "Love is stronger than hate," and features a Muslim man kissing a Charlie Hebdo cartoonist.


The cover features a weeping Muhammed with the headline "Muhammed Overwhelmed By Fundamentalists" and the caption reading, "It's hard being loved by idiots." The issue featured reprintings of controversial cartoons originally printed in Danish newspaper Jyllands-Posten. Muslim groups sued the magazine, but Charlie Hedbo prevailed in 2007.


It reads, "Michael Jackson, white at last."


The cartoon features a member of ISIS about to behead Muhammed and calling him an infidel. The caption reads, "If Muhammad were to return ... " In response to criticism, the magazine's editor, Charb, told the Cairo Post, "[ISIS] has failed to understand the concepts of Islam to a point where they could consider the Muslim prophet an infidel."


The cover reads, "The Qu'ran is crap. It does not stop bullets." The League of Judicial Defense of Muslims said the cover was "an incitement to racial hatred."


The cover reads, "Yes to wearing burqas." The caption clarifies " ... on the inside!"


The cover satirizes two popular movies at the time, "The Intouchables," a French film about a paralyzed rich white man who hires a poor black man to take care of him, and "Innocence of Muslims," a controversial anti-Islamic movie that was credited as the spark to the Benghazi Attack. The cover features an Orthodox Jewish man pushing a Muslim man in a wheelchair. The caption reads, "Don't mock!"


In 2001, just months after the Sept. 11 attacks, it ran this issue featuring Osama Bin Laden bragging about carrying out the attacks with "no hands."


The magazine's cover skewers French TV station TF1 for picking up American reality shows. The cover says, "TF1's latest in reality TV" and features a crucified Jesus yelling, "I'm a celebrity — get me out of here!"


This cover features Pope Benedict XVI holding up a condom and shouting, "This is my body." It pokes fun at the Pope's confusing statements in 2010 about approved condom use. The headline reads, "The Pope goes too far."


It reads, "Bin Laden is alive!" and features Osama Bin Laden dressed as Elvis.


The cover features a Jew, the Pope, and an Islamic fundamentalist all shouting, "Charlie Hebdo must be veiled!"

“Charlie Hebdo必须戴面纱!”:封面上犹太人、教皇、伊斯兰原教旨主义者这样嚷着。这三位都是《查理》长期讽刺对象。《查理》06年被穆斯林团体告上法庭,此封面发表于2007年审判结果发表前,《查理》最终胜诉。

The cover features "The Father, The Son, and The Holy Ghost" in a ménage à trois. The headline reads, "Cardinal Vingt-Trois has three dads: the Father, the Son, and The Holy Ghost." The line references comments made by the Archbishop of Paris, who called same-sex marriage "deception."


Pope Benedict XVI warns a bishop to "Go into movies, like Polanski ... " referencing the free pass had by film director Roman Polanski, who has long been accused of the rape of a 13-year-old American girl.


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