On the very same day as the terrorist attack against Charlie Hebdo, BBC published an article titled “Why hasn’t Europe banned caricatures of prophets?”. It begins like this:
Europe’s satire magazines are famous around the world. But some are shocking, featuring prophets in sexually explicit scenarios. Why has Europe decided against banning this material?
Shocking, eh? BBC suggesting, in the form of an upset question, that Europe restrict its freedom of expression. Read the whole piece here! And you’ll get my point.