Charlie Hebdo: View of a Muslim cartoonist

Khalid Albaih says he stands for freedom of speech despite not being a fan of the French paper that came under attack.

    Cartoonists from around the world have condemned the attack on Charlie Hebdo magazine in Paris by posting their drawings.

    Khalid Albaih is a Muslim cartoonist known for his work during the Arab Spring.

    "I am not a big fan of the publication and I do not agree with most of their work, but I would stand for their freedom of speech," he says.

    Al Jazeera’s Osama Bin Javaid reports.

    SOURCE: Al Jazeera


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