Before sunrise in Paris, the 3 million issues of latest Charlie Hebdo issue were gone. The cover featured an image of the Islamic Prophet Muhammad, holding a sign Je Suis Charlie. The image and text (I am Charlie) showcased the international community that formed after eight staff members were murdered last week by Muslims.
Flemming Rose, editor at a Danish newspaper which published 12 cartoons of Mohammad in 2005, discusses the importance of not giving into fear.
France and all Europe sounded aghast, or at least its press did. As if this latest sneak attack by an all too familiar enemy, this time against a satirical French weekly (again), should have come as a shock.