The attacks on Charlie Hebdo by the beggining of this past 2015 were well gutting, all the western civilization was shaken by the fact that at any point, someone who would call themselves ‘Religious Fanatics’ could go into the middle of a cosmopolitan city -therefore deemed secure- and shot dead more than 10 people. It was a catastrophe;
but no one was expecting at all what happened on that Friday 13th.
Around 130 innocent people died mercilessly by hands of people who consider themselves religious warriors -I guess there’s no need to point out the last time we heard people using that term with such emphasis were the so-called Crusaders, now almost a thousand years ago. I’m not implying just because this people died here are more worthy than the thousands that died on the middle East in the numerous wars, actually, I think this should be a call to anyone who would be civilized and human enough, no matter where they come from, their skin tone, gender, or religious background to fight one bigger and common enemy; Ignorance.
So, inspired by the conmotion felt towards those who suffered and still suffer and my loathe to those who consider acts like this, I drew this piece.
No God would ever allow nor forgive such cruel acts. No person should die for another’s ideals.