Je Suis Charlie, by Magnus Shaw. ("Charlie Hebdo" is partially named after Charlie Brown; in one of its incarnations, it carried *Peanuts* translated into French. "Hebdo" is shorthand for "hebdomadaire," French for "weekly.
The cartoonist behind the classic Asterix cartoon has come out of retirement specifically to pay tribute to the victims of the Charlie Hebdo shootings. Albert Uderzo created two images, one with the Gallic hero uppercutting an enem.
23 Heartbreaking Cartoons From Artists Responding To The Charlie Hebdo Shooting
Jean Jullien, "Je Suis Charlie" "I am Charlie" for the name "Charlie Hebdo", name of the french magazine where the most beloved satirical journalists of the last 50 years have been killed by islamisc terrorists in Paris.
France is a FREE and SECULAR country. Seperation of Church and State means keeping religion private (no praying for the French thank you for your compassion though). French have to stand their ground to keep their values strong.