Al Qaida threatens Charlie Hebdo again for reissuing cartoons of Muhammad

Al Qaida accuses French President Emmanuel Macro of giving “his authorization” to this reissue.

“If your freedom of expression does not respect any limit, prepare to confront the freedom of our actions”, threatened the organization founded by Osama bin Laden, in his magazine released today, when we mark the 19 years of the attacks of September 11, 2001 against the USA, promoted by this group.

According to SITE, another medium, linked to the terrorist organization known as Islamic State, had already threatened Charlie Hebdo with reprisals, in early September, for the republication of the Muhammad cartoons.

At the trial, which has now started, 14 defendants, of whom three tried in absentia, are suspected, to varying degrees, of logistical support for the brothers Said and Chérif Kouachi and Amédy Coulibaly, authors of the attacks that caused 17 deaths, between 07 and 09 January 2015, and triggered a huge demonstration against terrorism, on January 11, with the participation of several foreign heads of state and government.

On January 7, 2015, the Kouachi brothers murdered 11 people in the attack, with weapons of war, to the Charlie Hebdo newsroom in Paris, after which they fled, killing a policeman.

The following day, Amédy Coulibaly – who had been a fellow prisoner of Chérif Kouachi – killed a municipal police officer near Paris, and then, on January 9, executed four men, all Jewish, during the hostage-taking he took. at the Hyper Cacher business establishment in eastern Paris.

This situation ended with the death of these three men, during a double police assault, almost simultaneously, at the establishment and a printing shop, where Charlie Hebdo’s attackers had taken refuge.

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