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The biggest demonstrations were in cities other than Tehran, with state television showing large crowds angered at the depiction of the prophet.
The image was published one week after 12 people were killed by Islamist gunmen at the magazine's Paris offices because of earlier such cartoons.
"Death to France, death to Israel, death to Britain, death to Charlie Hebdo," the crowds chanted in southern cities such as Qom and Isfahan, carrying flags and placards in reverence to the prophet. (Continue Reading.)
Friday, January 23, 2015
Tens of Thousands of Iranian Muslims Protest Charlie Hebdo Cartoons
People are being slaughtered around the world in the name of Allah. But it's good to see so many Muslims who realize that cartoons are much more important.