Cartoonists around the world have drawn responses to the brutal murders of the Charlie Hebdo staff. As the attackers claimed to be acting on behalf of Islam, there's a special poignancy to remembrances for the victims drawn by Arab and Muslim cartoonists. Here are a few.
Emad Hajjaj of Al Araby (Qatar). The top line reds "in condemnation of the terrorist attacks against Charlie Hebdo":
Anwar of Al Masry al Youm (Egypt). It reads "long live sarcasm":
Emad Hajjaj, independently (Jordan):
Mohamed Sabaaneh (Palestinian):
Omar Abdallat (Jordan). The title reads "the extremist mind":
An Nahar (Lebanon). It reads "So we will take revenge on the cartoonists's killers":
Chef Maklouf of Al Masry Al Youm (Egypt). It reads "solidarity with Charlie Hebdo":
Ganzeer (Egypt/USA). It reads "But he called me a terrorist!":
Anwar of Al Masri Al Youm (Egypt):
Special thanks to Fundación al Fanar, Yedioth Ahronoth, and Reddit user sexcrazydwarf for translation and sourcing.