Gerard Biard, editor-in-chief of Charlie Hebdo, on Sunday assailed Western media organizations that have refused to show the French satirical magazine's latest cover cartoon depicting the prophet Muhammad.
"When they refuse to publish this cartoon, when they blur it out, when they decline to publish it, they blur out democracy, secularism, freedom of religion, and they insult the citizenship," he said on Meet the Press.
Following the terror attack on its office that left 12 people dead, Charlie Hebdo responded with a cover showing a Muhammad caricature along with the words "All is forgiven." Many media outlets have declined to show or have censored the image for fear of offending viewers. --Jon Terbush
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