FLASHBACK - 'Anti-Semitic' satire divides liberal Paris | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED

FLASHBACK - 'Anti-Semitic' satire divides liberal Paris

The piece was published without controversy - until several days later, when a radio presenter referred to it as anti-Semitic. The families of those concerned were said to be 'sickened'. Val, who took the controversial decision to re-publish a Danish newspaper's cartoons of the Prophet Mohammed two years ago in the name of freedom of the press, agreed that the piece was offensive and told its author to apologise.
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Siné refused, saying he would rather 'cut his own nuts off' and was, more or less, fired.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

So here we have Charlie Hebdo, being lionized as martys to freedom of expression for publishing this...

This...

And this!

And they FIRED one of their staff for "Anti-Semitism!"

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