2011/11/08/Charlie Hebdo front cover depicts Muslim man kissing cartoonist

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After the firebombing, French Muslim groups who had been highly critical of Charlie Hebdo condemned the destruction of its offices. Dalil Boubakeur, head of the Paris Mosque, told journalists: "I am extremely attached to the freedom of the press, even if the press is not always tender with Muslims, Islam or the Paris Mosque".

The editor of Charlie Hebdo, Stéphane Charbonnier, said at the time: "We thought the lines had moved and maybe there would be more respect for our satirical work, our right to mock. Freedom to have a good laugh is as important as freedom of speech."

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