Charlie Hebdo to be published on Wednesday as planned

Charlie Hebdo to be published on Wednesday as planned
The edition to be published on Wednesday, is to demonstrate that "stupidity can not prevail," Charlie Hebdo columnist Patrick Pelloux, says to AFP Thursday.

Gunmen killed twelve people, including the satire magazine editor and eight other editorial members Wednesday.

Shortly after the terrorist attack on the satire magazine an appeal came out to the French media to save Charlie Hebdo.

- The terrorists said: "We have killed Charlie Hebdo". It must not happen! It must not come out a half or a small edition. All French media must work together to ensure a proper release, said the former editor of the newspaper La Libération, Serge July, to Le Monde.

The French press has joined together to pave the way for this, including setting up financial guarantees and by asking people to help out.

- I think other journalists and artists will come to help those left in Charlie, says July, who is now a commentator on radio channel Europe 1.

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