Patrick Chappatte — Lebanese Cartoonist born on December 29, 1967,

Patrick Chappatte is a Lebanese-Swiss cartoonist who draws for Le Temps, Neue Zürcher Zeitung and the International New York Times. Born to a Lebanese mother and a Swiss father he was raised in Singapore and Switzerland. He also worked as an illustrator for the New York Times and as cartoonist for Newsweek. Many of his cartoons reflect events in Swiss and international news, such as the 9/11 attacks, the rise of the Swiss People's Party, and the Israeli–Palestinian conflict. Chappatte lives between Los Angeles and Geneva... (wikipedia)

We have learned the lines of good taste through history and our sense of guilt, be it post-colonial or post-Holocaust.
Every village in Africa now has a cyber cafe.
Some felt as if 'Charlie Hebdo' was obsessed with its 'Screw Allah' stance. It's a sort of provocation that caused a lot of debates.
I don't think any media has to feel obliged to show the cover of 'Charlie Hebdo.'
Moderate people are able to be moderate and have free speech only because there are some people on the fringe.