7 year old girl's cartoon on #Charlie Hebdo killing draws admiration online


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A seven year old girl’s reaction, through a cartoon on #Charlie Hebdo killing, is drawing admiration online, besides gathering support and sympathy towards the victims’ families.

Posted by Laura Quick, an illustrator and designer for fashion world in UK, on TheDailyThink.Com blog, the cartoon reads, ‘So you can be killed for doing a drawing? But they didn’t get rid of the drawing, did they though’.

Laura Quick’s caption for the cartoon of reportedly seven year old girl reads, ‘I didn’t get to switch the radio off in time this morning. She heard, and understood (it seems). This was her response’.

Laura Quick’s post on girl’s cartoon on #Charlie Hebdo killing had garnered hundreds of likes on TheDailyThink.Com blog and had also generated support in favour of Charlie Hebdo journalists and cartoonists.

One of the readers of TheDailyThink.Com blog, beckywoz comment on girl’s cartoon on #Charlie Hebdo killing reads, ‘Drawings are powerful, but nobody should be punished for their creativity in such an atrocious way. I’ve been struggling to find the right words to put in a blog post about the absolutely barbaric events that have occurred in Paris, as it is a very difficult topic to cover, but have just seen this post. I think it says enough. #JeSuisCharlie’.

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