Charlie hebdo shooting

During an emergent situation, rumors can have social and psychological consequences.
“Horror struck Sweden at its heart today," Paris Mayor Anne Hidalgo says.
Joachim Roncin had no idea that the message he tweeted would become a slogan the entire world would pick up.
The satirical paper's director wrote that he wanted to "bash the heads in of those who dreamed of our deaths."
It's been almost a year since Islamists killed 12 in the satirical weekly's office.
"I'd like to encourage them to think about how we can take care of each other."
To my Jewish friends, I want to say that I understand and share their fear and pain of seeing their country, France, stained again by anti-Semitism. Who would have believed that 70 years after World War II Jews would still be murdered in our country because they are Jewish?
Targeting Jews meant attacking a community whose culture has one goal: bringing together the universal and the particular. Jewish values aspire to universality. But only by distinguishing ourselves can we embody these values, which makes it an impossible challenge.
SWAT teams gathered outside a kosher grocery store in eastern Paris on Friday where a gunman opened fire and took several
The French are right to insist that there is a "third way" between an endless war on terrorists and a rigid adherence to normal legal standards when confronting a wave of terrorist attacks. Congress should pass a statute under which it, not the Court, decides whether conditions remain sufficiently grave to justify the continuation of extraordinary measures. Congress is up to the task. The standard partisan divisions need not prevent the construction of a solid system of checks-and-balances for future emergencies. There are strong civil libertarians and national security advocates in both parties. The challenge is to reach common ground. Many other countries have, like the French, enacted new emergency regimes in the expectation that terrorism will generate grave, but intermittent, crises throughout the twenty-first century. It is past time for us to do the same.
Charlie Hebdo has frequently faced criticism over the years for publishing cartoons that lampooned the Prophet Muhammad, as