The magazine's lawyer has confirmed that despite the recent attck, the latest edition of Charlie Hebdo, due out on Wednesday, will ‘naturally contain cartoons of Prophet Mohammed, along with jibes against politicians and religions across the board.’
The Telegraph recently said that Richard Malka from Charlie Hebdo told France Info radio, ‘We will not give in otherwise all this won't have meant anything.'
This is the cover that will run. It was originally tweeted by the French magazine, Liberation:
Following the recent terror attacks, France is mobilising 10,000 troops to begin guarding ‘sensitive sites’ around the country. These are to be put in place by tomorrow (Tuesday 13th January).
This is the first time troops have been deployed in France on such a large scale.
The magazine is expected to sell out and Charlie Hebdo have upped their printing totals from 60,000 copies to 1 million. The edition will be printed in 16 languages and all money made from sales will go to the families of the victims.
More than 3 million people have been involved in marches across the country.