Japanese newspaper offered apologies to Muslims for publishing the cover of the newspaper “Charlie Hebdo” satirical French weekly, issued after the attack, which targeted early January, as reported by “France Press”.
The newspaper “Tokyo Shimbun” has justified the deployment by the cover image on the front page providing elements allow the reader to the enactment of the rule on the issue raised by the cartoon of the Prophet, peace be upon him.
Japanese newspaper apologizes after published a cover of Charlie Hebdo
But later they published a declaration : “apologies to Muslims,” they said, that our newspaper wounded Muslims published a cartoon of the Prophet “Mohammed” peace be upon him.
The newspaper said it had received a protest by two messages to Muslims in “Japan”, confirmed that they were wounded and shocked the cover of the newspaper to publish a photo.
The two organizations have expressed their protests at a rally in front of the newspaper’s headquarters on 22 January.
“Tokyo Shimbun” wrote: It was not our intention at all insulting Islam.