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French satirical newspaper Charlie Hebdo showed a new cartoon of Iran's Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei.
Thus, the editors responded to criticism for the previous publication by ridiculing the bloody regime.
“The mullahs are unhappy. The caricatures of their supreme leader don't seem to make them laugh. Laughing at yourself has never been the forte of tyrants, ", — wrote the editor in the latest issue.
The newspaper's website was reportedly under attack for publishing cartoons of Khamenei.
“A cyberattack doesn't kill anyone, but sets the tone. the mullah feels in such danger that he considers it vital to his existence to hack the website of a French newspaper,” — wrote editor Riss.
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