The cover of the first "Charlie Hebdo" issue since last week's terrorist attack in Paris is out, and the editors are NOT backing down.  It's a cartoon depiction of Muhammad CRYING, and holding a sign that says "I Am Charlie" . . . the rallying slogan for people since the attack. Above the depiction of Muhammad is "All is Forgiven".

Business Insider

The magazine usually prints about 60,000 copies a week, selling 30,000, according to the AFP. Revenue from the issue will go toward ensuring the survival of the magazine, which has been near bankruptcy in recent years.

It will be offered in 16 languages for readers around the world, according to AFP.

Source: Business Insider "This Will Be Charlie Hebdo's First Post-Attack Cover"