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January 8, 2015 4:28 PM

Slain cartoonists were cultural icons in France

In one of his last published cartoons, the artist known by the nickname “Charb” drew attention to the fact that there hadn’t been a radical Islamist attack in France. The radical Islamist in the cartoon tells the reader to wait, however: “We have until the end of January to make our New Year’s wishes.”

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