What is Charlie Hebdo and Which Country Does it Belong To?
The French magazine Charlie Hebdo garnered a great reaction with its social media post about the earthquake in Kahramanmaraş, which constituted a hate crime. Previously, Mr. Charlie Hebdo, which publishes cartoons insulting Muhammad, this time caricatured the earthquakes in which thousands of people lost their lives in Turkey with hate speech.
Charlie Hebdo, who previously published cartoons insulting Muhammad, has this time caricatured the earthquakes in which thousands of people lost their lives in Turkey with hate speech.
In the post titled “earthquake in Turkey” made on the magazine’s Twitter account, it was said, “There is no need to send a tank.” was written.
The hate post shared by the magazine with the “drawing of the day” note garnered great reaction on social media.
ABOUT CHARLIE HEBDO
Charlie Hebdo is a weekly humor magazine published in France.
The origins of the magazine can be traced back to the Hara-Kiri Hebdo magazine published in the 1960s. Hara-Kiri Hebdo, which received a great reaction due to the cartoons it published after the death of General de Gaulle, left its place to Charlie Hebdo magazine the following year.
The first issue of the magazine was published in 1969, it was closed in 1982 and it started to be published again in 1992.
It is published on Wednesdays. It is a left-anarchist publication. The previous editors of the journal, of which Stéphane Charbonnier has been the editor since 2009, are François Cavanna (1969-1981) and Philippe Val (1992-2009).