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PESHAWAR, Pakistan — While last week’s attack on French satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo sparked global outrage, dozens of people in Pakistan’s northwestern city of Peshawar paid tribute Tuesday to the brothers who carried out the murders.
Though small in scale, the event was indicative of the anger that portrayals of the Prophet Mohammed can ignite in some parts of the Muslim world, particularly in Pakistan where tough blasphemy laws make insulting the Prophet a crime punishable by death.
Local cleric Maulana Pir Mohammad Chishti led some 60 people in prayers for Cherif and Said Kouachi, who shot dead 12 people at the magazine’s offices on January 7, as worshipers called the pair “martyrs”.
They also chanted “Death to Hebdo publications” and “Long live Cherif Kouachi, long live Said Kouachi,” and kissed posters of the brothers who were shot dead by police two days later.
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