Cat tries to save a young boy from the horrors of Islam by interfering with his attempts to pray. But sadly, falls for a food bribe in the end.
For all those that danced and pranced around chanting #JeSuisCharlie , I'm glad that paper finally showed it's true colors…disgusting.
— Elhareth Sirajuddin (@eshymonk) September 15, 2015
I've seen people make legitimate defences of CH in the past, this latest cartoon invalidates every single one.
— Mahmoud (@MahmoudRamsey) January 13, 2016
Hearing Charlie Hebdo mocked the death of Syrian boy Aylan Kurdi for the 2nd time. Those satirists sure do punch up and aim at the powerful
— Remi Kanazi (@Remroum) September 14, 2015
— Sajda Mughal (@SajdaMughal) September 15, 2015
@SajdaMughal And you have proven that you don't know how to read and understand a cartoon. So sad.
— Balthasar Thomass (@BalThomass) September 16, 2015
— Brass Islam (@brassidio) September 15, 2015
— Corinne (@cocoboer) September 15, 2015
@herbert_donald Charlie Hedbo moral decay? Just months after they were butchered by Muslims? What a sick person you are.
— The People Poltics (@pplpolitic) September 14, 2015
— Noor (@noorpamiri) September 14, 2015
Years ago we’d joke about how white adults found brown babies cute & would hate on them as they grew up. That’s what Charlie Hebdo depicts.
— Jo (@jojowiththeflow) January 13, 2016
— Jalal Imran (@jal_imran) January 13, 2016
@michaeldweiss what Hebdo did is very inappropriate
— Ahmad (@freesyria78) September 14, 2015
— Sean Lee (@humanprovince) September 15, 2015
@michaeldweiss No answer? Maybe because there isn't a "joke" there so much as shitting on refugees.
— Sean Lee (@humanprovince) September 16, 2015
@michaeldweiss but I still say they have the right to be insulting and provocating, and we have the right to just ignore them and not buy it
— Roland Ley (@RolandLey) September 14, 2015
Forward Walmart pulled an Israeli soldier costume and a “Sheik Fagin” oversized prosthetic Arab Muslim nose, after facing a backlash from social media. The products reportedly were removed from the company’s website and from store shelves on Tuesday afternoon, hours after the American-Arab Anti-Discriminatory Committee called on Walmart and other retailers to remove the products as well as others deemed anti-Arab. (See photos below)
h/t Rae R
UWI (h/t winterspirit)