Dead Charlie Hebdo Cartoonists 'Win' Islamophobe Award
Britain's extremist-linked Islamic Human Rights Commission awarded Charlie Hebdo 'Islamophobe of the Year' in the int'l category.
The UK-based Islamic Human Rights Commission (IHRC) has published the winners of their annual 'Islamophobia Awards' naming French satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo the winner in its international category.
The ceremony hands out awards across a variety of categories for those deemed to have contributed most to 'Islamophobia' over the year. Also nominated was Clarion Project's own interfaith award-winning documentary, Honor Diaries.
Charlie Hebdo was the target of a terrorist attack in January that killed 12 people including some of France's leading cartoonists.
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