Between Charlie Hebdo and the cartoons

While the most controversial of the cartoons was done by Ali Dilem and published by Liberte in Algeria, it has not yet been published by Charlie Hebdo according to a blogger, JP Sargeant.

A cartoon of drowning immigrants trying to cross over to Spain

These are cartoons that have incurred peoples wraths and commendations from several parts of the world.

While the most controversial of the cartoons was done by Ali Dilem and published by Liberte in Algeria, it has not yet been published by Charlie Hebdo according to a blogger, JP Sargeant.

However, the artiste has allegedly joined the Charlie Hedbo.

While the second cartoon was actually published by Charlie Hebdo with the headline, A Titanic each week, and according Sargeant, it's to drive home the need for world to take actions on the National Front as the warning is without action many more will die each week trying to cross the Mediterranean Sea in a bid to flee war torn country.

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