It’s been one year since the attack on the Charlie Hebdo office in Paris that left 12 people dead.
Editor Laurent Sourisseau was interviewed about the anniversary edition of the magazine published to mark the event. He confidently told the interviewer that those horrible events didn’t change the magazine.
I explain why it’s clear that they did.
Contrary to Sourisseau’s claim that the very idea of God killed their friends a year ago, there was only one religion, or at least one interpretation of that religion, that was responsible for those deaths.
Those who committed the atrocity couldn’t have been more clear but it does seem that they’ve achieved their goal of causing otherwise free speech advocates to censor themselves, at least for that “one” religion.
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