Brandstichting bij Hebdo wegens gasthoofdredacteur ‘Mohammed’

A screen capture made on November 2, 2011 shows the front page of the internet site of French satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo featuring a picture of the Mecca and a text praising the prohet Allah, after it had been hacked for several hours. The offices of Charlie Hebdo were destroyed on November 2, 2011 by a petrol bomb attack overnight. The fire at the weekly magazine started around 01.00 am (0200 GMT) and caused no injuries, a police source said. Charlie Hebdo published a special edition on November 2 to mark the Arab Spring, renaming the magazine Charia (Sharia) Hebdo for the occasion, to "celebrate" the Ennahda Islamist party's election victory in Tunisia and the transitional Libyan executive's statement that Islamic Sharia law would be the country's main source of law. The cover features a cartoon of the prophet, saying: "100 lashes if you don't die of laughter!". AFP PHOTO / CHARLIE HEBDO AFP