|As news organizations reported on Wednesday's attack on Charlie Hebdo, many made a point of not showing the cartoons that apparently angered the gunmen who killed 12 people at the satirical newspaper's Paris offices. (Some Muslim traditions prohibit visual depictions of Prophet Muhammad, and the strictest interpretations of the religion's anti-idolatry laws ban images of people altogether.) A few places took it a step further by obscuring images of Charlie Hebdo's work.|
One big online media site, Huffington Post, has shown them on the front page for days now.
These Are The Charlie Hebdo Cartoons That Terrorists Thought Were Worth Killing Over