CHARLIE HEBDO ignites Muslim and Leftist fury over its latest cartoon mocking Syrian Muslim invaders

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Charlie Hebdo cartoon depicting an image of what the infamous dead Syrian toddler would probably become as an adult – sexual molester – has ignited a wave of anger among Muslims and Leftists, who are calling it “racist” on social media. (What ‘race’ is Islam?)

CBC  (h/t maurice) The French satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo is once again provoking debate about freedom of speech after publishing satirical cartoons playing off of the now famous photo of drowned Syrian three-year-old Aylan Kurdi.  The cartoons are attempting to satirize the Muslim invader crisis and recent incidents of mass sexual abuse by Muslims in Germany and other parts of Europe.

This cartoon imagines Aylan Kurdi, the three-year old Syrian child who allegedly died at sea on the way to Europe, as an adult.

“What would have little Aylan grown up to be? A groper in Germany” (An ape molesting German women) reads the caption to this cartoon:

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Another cartoon features a caption that says: “Proof that Europe is Christian. Christians walk on water…Muslim kids sink.”

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 In one cartoon, the child is depicted under a caption that says: “So close to his goal…” The image also shows a billboard featuring a character who resembles Ronald McDonald, that reads: “Two children’s menus for the price of one.”

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In January, the slogan Je suis Charlie,” became a popular rallying cry for supporters of the magazine — and of freedom of expression — after extremists, claiming affiliation with al-Qaeda in Yemen, carried out a massacre at the magazine’s Paris offices.

In the following days brothers Cherif and Said Kouachi were pursued and eventually killed by French police. A third gunman — Amedy Coulibaly — was followed to a kosher grocery store where he murdered four more hostages and a police officer, before also being killed by police.

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