The terrorist organization Al-Qaeda threatened the French satirical magazine “Charlie Hebdo” again this Friday to publish a series of cartoons of the Prophet Muhammad, which caused unrest in the Muslim-majority countries in 2005 and 2006, with the beginning of the trial for the chain of attacks from January 2015 coincided.
The group, through One Umma magazine, has praised the “heroic Kouachi brothers” responsible for the above attack and confirmed that the magazine “will pay the price” for publishing the cartoons, as stated by SITE Intelligence Group, a body specializing in tracking down terrorist groups.
The warning was published in an issue of the jihadist magazine, which focuses on the 9/11 2001 attacks and includes profiles of those responsible for the attacks against the United States, to date the deadliest attacks in history.
The attacks on Charlie Hebdo headquarters were carried out by Said and Cherif Kouachi and resulted in the deaths of twelve people. Before the process began, the magazine published a cover shuffling all of the controversial cartoons under the heading “All That For”.