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France, Israel Mourn; Man Linked To Paris Attacker Held - Abc News

a phrase one writer said meant to show that the survivors of the attacks forgave the gunmen. "I think that those who have been killed, if they were here, they would have been able to have a see here coffee today with the terrorists and go just talk to them, ask them why they have done this," columnist Zineb El Rhazoui told the BBC. "We feel, as Charlie Hebdo's team, that we need to forgive the two terrorists who have killed our colleagues." Two masked gunmen opened view website the onslaught in Paris with a Jan. 7 attack on the paper, singling out its editor and his police bodyguard for the first shots before killing 12 people in all. Ahmed Merabet, a French Muslim policeman, was one of the victims, killed as he lay wounded on the ground as the gunmen ? brothers Said and Cherif Kouachi ? made their escape. Charlie Hebdo, which lampoons religion indiscriminately, had received threats after depicting Muhammed before, and its offices were firebombed in 2011. Its editor, Stephane Charbonnier, was under constant guard.
More: http://abcnews.go.com/International/wireStory/charlie-hebdo-plans-unprecedented-million-run-issue-28185049

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