My latest column is up at AND Magazine.
Here is an excerpt:
The Religion of Peace has struck again, this time in Paris. Muslim terrorists killed 12 people, including the editor, deputy chief editor, and three cartoonists from the French satire magazine Charlie Hebdo, the same magazine that touched off controversy several years ago when it published a cartoon making fun of the Prophet Mohammed.
This isn’t the first time that Charlie Hebdo has come under attack from Muslim terrorists, either. They have faced attacks multiple times over the last several years for making fun of Islam and publishing unflattering cartoons featuring Mohammed.
Not that they singled out Islam in particular for criticism – nothing was sacred at Charlie Hebdo.
But the response to this attack has been quite disturbing. Multiple news agencies chose to blur or crop out images of the Charlie Hebdo covers.