After the Charlie Hebdo attack, dozens of world leaders marched arm in arm with President Francois Hollande during a unity march in Paris. But many of these leaders aren’t exactly supporting free speech and a free press back home. So what’s the deal? Dena Takruri of AJ+ explains
After the Paris attack on satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo left at least 12 dead, hashtag #JeSuisCharlie (“I Am Charlie”) went viral worldwide. Twitter reactions ran the gamut: from statements of mourning and solidarity, to defenses of free speech and expression, to critiques of the magazine’s provocative take on Islam and the Prophet Muhammad.