Satirical French magazine Charlie Hebdo published a comic book biography of the Prophet Mohammed titled "The Life of Mohammed" on Wednesday. The magazines editor said "I don't think higher Muslim minds could find anything inappropriate."
The satirical Spanish magazine, El Jueves, has published a magazine cover, showing a line up of men in Islamic outfits as a parody of recent controversial cartoons. The text of the cover reads, "But how do they know which one is Muhammad?"
Secular Daily Egyptian newspaper al-Watan has launched a 13 cartoon campaign devoted against offensive and obscene cartoons of the Prophet Muhammad published last week by French magazine Charlie Hebdo.
In Marseille authorities were well prepared to deal with any illegal demonstrations. They were determined to enforce the ban on demonstrations against the anti-Islam film "Innocence of Muslims" and cartoons mocking the Prophet in Charlie Hebdo magazine.
Today, "Charlie Hebdo" published cartoons of the Prophet Mohammed. Its website is unavailable and riot police have been deployed. Freedom of expression is a fundamental human right and it is under attack.