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Defying killers, Charlie Hebdo puts Mohammed on its next cover

Zack Beauchamp is a senior correspondent at Vox, where he covers ideology and challenges to democracy, both at home and abroad. Before coming to Vox in 2014, he edited TP Ideas, a section of Think Progress devoted to the ideas shaping our political world.

The cover of the first edition of Charlie Hebdo since the attack on the satirical magazine is out. And, true to form, it features a cartoon of the Prophet Mohammed.

On the cover, Mohammed holds a sign reading "Je Suis Charlie" ("I am Charlie"), the slogan that people standing in solidarity with the magazine have been using. The title, "Tout Est Pardonné," translates as "all is forgiven." Here's the cover:

The full edition is scheduled to be released on Wednesday, January 14.

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