Charlie Hebdo magazine set to put prophet Mohammed on front cover

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Charlie Hebdo magazine set to put prophet Mohammed on front cover

The first edition of french magazine Charlie Hebdo to be published since an Islamic terror attack on its headquarter will depict the Muslim prophet Mohammed holding a “Je suis Charlie” sign.

Above the cartoon the words “All is forgiven” are set to be written.

The move comes a week after gunmen executed 12 people at the satirical magazine’s headquarters in central Paris over images of the Prophet Mohammed.

More than three million copies are set to be printed of the magazine

British Prime Minister David Cameron has described such editorial decisions as at the heart of the freedom of the press.

But his calls for another debate over giving security chiefs powers to monitor the public’s calls and emails have been slammed by Nick Clegg.

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