Charlie Hebdo, the satirical French newspaper that was attacked by masked gunmen on Wednesday, posted a cartoon mocking ISIS on its Twitter and Facebook accounts shortly before the attack.
The cartoon and its caption wished ISIS leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi "good health and best wishes." The tweet was posted an hour before the attack, in which 12 people were killed. It was also the last update posted to Charlie Hebdo's Facebook account.
Charlie Hebdo was also fire-bombed in 2011 after joking that the Prophet Muhammad would be its new editor in chief.
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