Charlie Hebdo’s most famous cartoons, translated and explained

The role political satire plays in France is unlike anything in the US. Vox’s Amanda Taub explains.

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32 thoughts on “Charlie Hebdo’s most famous cartoons, translated and explained”

  1. Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) is the greatest man to ever walk the face of this earth even after 1400 years since his death he still remains the single most dominant force in international politics and even if powerful nations all get together against him they cannot and will never undo his legacy in the least .

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  3. if a guy warnes you to not diss his dead mother, and you mock him he might beat u up or worse. then its the laws to give the punishment but dont do the surprised pikachu face after. u cant blame someone for how they re act.

  4. Ok there are bad muslims but not all of them are bad right? So why do people hate muslims? Just because it’s a few people does not mean that you must hate them all… because there are also good muslims. if you still hate them after reading this, you are just a racist and you need to know!


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