The terrorist organization Al-Qaeda has threatened the French satirical weekly Charlie Hebdo with another attack for reprinting cartoons of the Prophet Muhammad. This was reported by France Press with reference to the leading monitoring of information activity of extremists SITE Intelligence Group
According to the agency, Al-Qaeda issued a publication ahead of the anniversary of the September 11, 2001, terrorist attack stating that under President Emmanuel Macron, France gave the green light to reprinting cartoons, and the editorial staff of Charlie Hebdo is mistaken if they think that the attack on it in the 2015 year was one-off.
The weekly on September 2 reissued 12 cartoons (according to the number of those killed in the attack on the editorial office in 2015), explaining that вЂњthese drawings have become history, and history can neither be rewritten nor erasedвЂќ. In addition, the newspaper adds, since the first publication, a new generation has grown up that does not know about the attack and will not understand the trial of the criminals.