Why Charlie Hebdo Must Be Free to Offend All — Even Us

EDITORIAL: Jews have often been targets of Charlie Hebdo’s nasty satire. After the terror attack on the magazine, it’s even more important to defend its freedom to speak — and to offend.


How Terror Attack Hits Raw Nerve for Paris Jews Like Me

Laurent-David Samama is watching his fellow Parisian Jews reel with shock after today’s Islamic terror attack. Does it make him want to flee France? Just the opposite.


Was Terror Attack Tied to 'Muslim Future' Satire?

The current issue of Charlie Hebdo features a controversial satiric book that depicts a future France under Islamic rule. Did that spark the bloody attack in Paris?


Would Charlie Hebdo Have Angered So Many Online?

Charlie Hebdo, with its oversized format and huge cartoon cover, revels in print. Would its depictions of Mohammed have rankled so many in the Muslim world if they were online only?

1 Billion Chinese. 1 Jew. So Many Questions.

When Steven Windmueller taught Judaism in China, students greeted him with declarations like ‘Jews in America are influential and powerful!’ Then came the barrage of questions.

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