PARIS – As thousands of people marched in France following a deadly attack on a satirical magazine, workers decided to move forward with the magazine’s latest issue.
Inside the temporary offices of Charlie Hebdo, surviving staff members were working on the issue, which is due out on Wednesday.
The company’s attorney confirmed the issue will include cartoon depictions of Mohammed.
According to Liberation’s Twitter account, the cover features a cartoon depiction of Mohammed shedding a tear and holding a ‘Je Suis Charlie’ sign.
The cover also features the words “Tout Est Pardonne,” which means “All is Forgiven.”