The Islamic Human Rights Commission awarded the Charlie Hebdo journalists, who were slaughtered by Islamists in January, as Islamophobes of the year.
The editor and cartoonist of Charlie Hebdo, Stephane Charbonnier, known as Charb, was slaughtered by Muslims in January. (Business Insider)
The Charlie Hebdo “Islamophobes” were all murdered by Muslims in January.
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Charlie Hebdo has been named 2015 International Islamophobe of the year, despite many of its staff having been killed by Jihadists in January. The annual ‘award’ was given by Islamic Human Rights Commission (IHRC), a British group that claims to campaign against terrorism.
According to the Muslim website 5Pillars the award was given to Charlie Hebdo because of its “continual stoking of Islamophobic sentiment by caricaturing Muslims as terrorists and ridiculing their beliefs.”
It continued: “Charlie Hebdo’s repeated mocking of Muslims is part of a culture of hate that is intended to marginalise, further alienate and further endanger a community that has effectively been ‘otherised’ in much the same way that Jews were in Nazi Germany.”
Staff at Charlie Hebdo were unable to accept the award as many of them had been murdered for mocking Mohammed.