French satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo has released its latest magazine following the terrorist attacks in Paris, the cover depicts a man covered in bullet holes drinking champagne.
Charlie Hebdo often provokes controversy among Muslims by publishing caricatures of the Prophet Mohammed; earlier this year it mocked the death of drowned three-year old Syrian boy and the publication was targeted by gunmen in January because of Hebdo’s portrayal of Mohammed.
This addition features a man riddled with bullet holes drinking champagne. “They have weapons,” the caption reads, adding below: “Screw them, we have champagne.”
Last Friday’s attacks in Paris left at least 129 people dead and hundreds injured.
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