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Charlie Hebdo calls for rally after terrorist beheading of French teacher in alleged payback for showing students profane cartoons
The French satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo, which was targeted by Islamists for publishing cartoons of Islams Prophet Mohammed, has called for a public rally in the wake of what is seen as a copycat killing of a schoolteacher.
The publication, known for its no-holds-barred approach to satirical cartoons, has called on the French people to show up on Sunday in the iconic Paris Place de la Republique square. The protest is being organized in league with the French teachers’ union and freedom groups, Charlie Hebdo said.