“JE SUIS CHARLIE?” Not so much. 40% of French citizens say they are against freedom of speech

IRANIAN PRESS TV baghead is thrilled to report that opinion polls in France show four out of ten French citizens are against publishing cartoons of the paedophile prophet murderer Mohammed.


The survey, conducted by the IFOP agency, further indicates publishing cartoons that hurt the sentiments of  Muslims endangers social cohesion. Following the Charlie Hebdo attacks, the French are beginning to explore how to strike a balance between the freedom of speech and the freedom of religions.

(In other words, how to become sharia-compliant without telling anyone you are taking away their human rights and bowing down to the IslamoNazis)