Former Charlie Hebdo Writer Says She Quit Because The Terrorists Won
Last week marked the second anniversary of the Charlie Hebdo massacre. Two Islamist terrorists armed with AK-47s attacked the magazine’s offices and slaughtered a dozen people in cold blood. Zineb El Rhazoui, one of the magazine’s more notorious journalists and an outspoken critic of Islamism, used the anniversary of the attack to speak out for the first time about why she decided to leave Charlie Hebdo last fall.
In an interview with AFP, Rhazoui said the French satirical magazine has become soft on Islamic extremism. “Charlie Hebdo died on 7 January,” she said, the day their offices were stormed and their staff gunned down. – READ MORE