Charlie Hebdo criticized for mocking drowned boy

The French satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo has published two cartoons poking fun at the death of a three-year-old Syrian refugee Aylan Kurdi.
The cartoons sparked outrage on social media.
Many called the images “disrespectful” for mocking an innoncent child.
A twitter user named Ros Stafford said “Charlie Hebdo is the absolute scum of the earth.”
The drawings come nine months after 12 people were murdered by gunmen around the Paris offices of Charlie Hebdo.
The magazine is known for mocking politicians and religious leaders.

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