The authors depicted the inhabitants of Paris who died in the terrorist attacks in the form of ghosts flying with baguettes (French loaves). The inscription on the fact that in "Charly" is called a caricature, says "The French are returning to normal life." Caricature published in the latest issue Charlie Hebdo.
The hypocrisy of the publication passes all conceivable and inconceivable boundaries, because before publishing a frankly mocking picture, the editorial board of Charlie Hebdo addressed "with words of support to the families and friends of the people killed in the terrorist attacks." From circulation:
The Charlie Hebdo team shares pain, fear and resentment after the attacks that occurred on Friday, November 13, in Paris. The publication declares the families of the victims of its full support.
Recall that earlier “Charly”, part of the team itself became victims of terrorists, previously published cartoons of the crash of a Russian airliner on the Sinai Peninsula, saying that it does not understand the accusations of blasphemy, as it is a “democratic and free edition”.