Erdogan: 'Charlie Hebdo' guilty of provoking Muslims, inciting to racial hatred

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January 16, 2015 17:06

 
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Turkey’s firebrand president, Recep Tayyip Erdogan, continues to make waves with his public comments in the wake of the Paris terrorist atrocities last week.

Erdogan was quoted by the AFP news agency as telling a group of businessmen in Ankara that Charlie Hebdo, the satirical weekly newspaper whose cartoonists and writers were targeted by jihadist gunmen for lampooning Islam and the Prophet Mohammed, was guilty of “wreaking terror by intervening in the freedom space of others.”

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