The militant attack on the French satirical newspaper Charlie Hebdo in Paris leaves the people worldwide in deep mourning and questions the inherent human right of ‘Freedom of Speech’.
Worldwide, people irrespective of religion or border are actively tweeting against the act of terrorism which claimed the life of innocent people under the offence of communicating unbiased opinion in a satirical way.
Under the hashtag #JeSuisCharlie, voices are coming together in tribute to the 12 people who died in the attack. Cartoonists from all over the world have created meaningful images against this incident. Have a look
— Darklordzden (@Darklordzden) January 9, 2015
— Catherine Gallagher (@CateGa11agher) January 9, 2015
— Faye (@Faye_Valentines) January 9, 2015
— afreen khan (@theCstrategist) January 9, 2015
— Que hora es? ® (@Elsinpaciencia) January 9, 2015
Charlie Hebdo. Nooit opzij. pic.twitter.com/MJwGKPQ8jU
— Joep Bertrams (@joepbertrams) January 7, 2015
— Nate Beeler (@natebeeler) January 7, 2015
— Lotte Leicht (@LotteLeicht1) January 9, 2015
— Bruno Crolot (@bcrolot) January 8, 2015
The terror attack will not silence the millions of journalists worldwide. The act might attract more of criticism and satire now. As we can already see from the above tweets.