- Sally Kohn: When violence used to silence free speech, some argue to ramp up cartoons
- She says media doesn't urge this over Christian violence, thus feeding jihadist view: Islam vs. West
- Kohn: Those of us with free speech shouldn't use it to help justify Islamists' apocalyptic narrative
(CNN)The latest Charlie Hebdo cartoon, produced after last week's horrific attacks on the Paris magazine's offices, literally adds insult to injury. Admittedly a portrait in mixed messages, the cover reads "All is forgiven" above a drawing of the Prophet Mohammed, who is holding a "Je suis Charlie" sign. Who, exactly, is supposed to be doing the forgiving and who must be forgiven is not clear.