How do you respond to the attack on Paris’ satirical weekly Charlie Hebdo that left 12 people dead? Cartoonists respond to Charlie Hebdo attack this way.My prayers with families who lost their loved ones in this attack .Sorry readers I know this is way out of UPSC and what you subscribed for.Love is stronger than Hate and
I am expressing my solidarity #JeSuisCharlie, which translates “I am Charlie,”
The understanding of a situation changes with more you read,I think after reading these two articles By Shekhar Gupta and David Brooks you understand it better.
SG : Our right to offend, and to learn to take offence I will defend to the last your right to speak your mind, but I also reserve the right to choose the views I defend.
I Am Not Charlie Hebdo by DB.
The Independent (UK)
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