News, Opinion and Analysis of the Paris Magazine Shooting

Haaretz's coverage of the deadly attack, in which two gunmen opened fire at the headquarters of satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo, killing 12 people.

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Two gunmen opened fire at the headquarters of the satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo in Paris on Wednesday, killing 12 people. The gunmen fled the scene shortly after carrying out the crime.


12 killed in shooting at Paris magazine Charlie Hebdo

Twelve people were killed and 11 wounded when gunmen opened fire on a meeting of the magazine's editorial staff shortly before midday on Wednesday.

Paris woman tells how magazine shooters forced her to let them into building

A Charlie Hebdo designer told L’Humanité newspaper that the gunmen who attacked the satirical magazine Wednesday had accosted her downstairs and forced her to let them into the building.

Cartoonists around the world grieve for murdered colleagues

Four of France's leading cartoonists – Cabu, Charb, Tignous and Wolinski – were killed in Wednesday's deadly attack on the Charlie Hebdo satirical magazine in Paris, in which 12 were murdered.

Jewish caricaturist among 12 killed in Paris attack

An attack on the Paris headquarters of a French satirical magazine has left at least 12 people dead, including the Jewish caricaturist Georges Wolinski.

French magazine's history of angering Muslims with cartoons

The French newspaper Charlie Hebdo's staple is to be provocative — poking fun at popes, presidents as well as the Prophet Mohammed.

Youngest of three Paris attack suspects reportedly surrenders to police

Police were hunting three French nationals, including two brothers from the Paris region, after suspected Islamist gunmen killed 12 people at a satirical magazine on Wednesday, a police official and government source said.

U.S. media outlets self-censor controversial Charlie Hebdo cartoons after attack

Leading U.S. news outlets mostly declined to show controversial cartoons of the Muslim Prophet Mohammad on Wednesday after suspected Islamist gunmen in Paris killed 12 people at the French satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo.

Opinion and analysis

The Paris massacre: The double nightmare of Western intelligence

French jihadists have gone on shooting sprees before, but this time the killers were professionals, Anshel Pfeffer writes.

Haaretz cartoonist: Paris attack shows that the bad guys have won

Amos Biderman is afraid after the attack on French satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo that killed 12.

Will the Charlie Hebdo attack bring France out of its corner in the war on Islamic terror?

And how will the free press feel, after it supported Edward Snowden or Julian Assange, if it discovers that closer state surveillance could have foreseen today's massacre? Seth Lipsky asks.