The editor-in-chief of French magazine Charlie Hebdo on Sunday slammed media outlets who didn't show the Muhammed cartoons following the Paris attack.
"This cartoon is not just a little figure, a little Muhammad drawn by Luz. It's a symbol. It’s the symbol of freedom of speech, of freedom of conscience, of democracy, and secularism," Editor-In-Chief Gerard Birard said on NBC's "Meet the Press." "It is this symbol that these newspapers refuse to publish, this is what they must understand. When they refuse to publish this cartoon, when they blur it out, when they decline to publish it, they blur out democracy, secularism, freedom of conscience, and they insult the citizenship."
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