New Charlie Hebdo Cover: “All Is Forgiven”

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After a brutal attack on the French weekly Charlie Hebdo left a dozen dead, the magazine vowed to continue publishing. Today, Liberation — who is helping finance the new issue — released this week’s cover:

Charlie Hebdo

The cover depicts the prophet Mohammad holding the Je Suis Charlie solidarity sign and a phrase that translates to “All Is Forgiven.” The issue will appear on Wednesday.

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