Stephen Fry's Opinion About Charlie Hebdo Splits Opinion Across Social Media



Stephen Fry has urged publishers around the world to unite in a show of defiance against those who committed the terror attack on Charlie Hebdo that left 10 journalists dead.

Among those who perished in the shooting at the offices in Paris were four of France’s best loved political cartoonists: Jeaabu, Stephane “Charb” Charbonnier, Bernard “Tignous” Verlhac and Bernard Maris.

The British actor tweeted the following in response:

Twwet Fry


Stephen’s comments sparked a huge debate on social media, with opinions proving to be divided.







What do you think to Stephen’s idea, should the media be publishing Charlie Hebdo cartoons?

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