Charlie Hebdo Not down after Attack, to feature Mohammad Cartoon Next

Paris, Jan 13: The French Charlie Hebdo seems to be defiant after the terror strike that killed 12 people including the Editor, a cartoonist and journalists will come up with another cartoon featuring Prophet Mohammad on its next cover page.

The edition called as "Survivors' issue" will be out on Wednesday in which Mohammad will be featured in a white turban holding a sign that reads "Je suis Charlie" (I am Charlie) .

The issue will be published to show the terror groups that Charlie Hebdo is neither down nor out in satirising the burning issues of the society after the terrorists stormed its office in Paris on January 7 killing 12 people.

The Islamist gunmen attacked the news magazine office as part of revenge for publishing the cartoons of Prophet Mohammad and the ISIS leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi.

The people of French were united following the massacre and millions joined the biggest rally in Paris demonstrating on Sunday to condemn the killings, holding the signs and slogans "Je suis Charlie" (I am Charlie).

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