Turkey and Charlie Hebdo: a Few Questions

Turkey’s prime minister took part in the massive Paris march for free expression. At home his government “explained” to the press why it wasn’t allowed to reprint the cartoons.

With most of the world embroiled in the Charlie Hebdo affair one way or another, Turkey is no exception. After the killings in Paris on January 7, 2015, carried out by Muslim terrorists against the staff of the satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo, world outrage quickly exploded.