In social networks, a commentary to the work that is monstrous in its infamy is replicated:
Charlie Hebdo published two caricatures and one “joke” about the Sinai disaster. The first caricature reports that "Russian aircraft have increased the bombing." The second - about the “dangers of Russian flights” - the skull tells that it would be better if he flew to “Air cocaine” (hint at the scandal associated with Sarkozy and cocaine smuggling). "Joke" also says that for the "Islamic fascists" of ISIS, who shot down the Russian airliner, it was "the only way to get 224 portions of free food for yourself."
On the journal site no caricatures. In this case, social networks say that the images came out in print version.
“Military Review” deliberately does not publish the drawings, as they are outright abuse not only of the memory of the dead passengers of Airbus A321, but also of the feelings of close relatives. Readers are also asked not to post these images in the comments.. For those who are especially eager to see the “creation” of “Charly Ebdo”, if this is, of course, their work - link.
Comment in Facebook The official representative of the Russian Foreign Ministry, Maria Zakharova:
Anyone else Charly?
It remains to wait for comments from the French magazine. If this is indeed their “job”, then self-respecting lawyers should provide assistance to the relatives of the victims of the plane crash in order to file a lawsuit. It is clear that relatives are not in the mood for this now, but the presumptuous unprincipled people from the publication must be punished. If this is not the work of Charlie's authors, then it would be nice to find Charlie himself who decided to publish outright provocations on behalf of the magazine.