The latest controversial cover of French satire mag Charlie Hebdo will feature the Prophet Muhammad in tears, holding a sign that says "I am Charlie". The Local looks at how members of Muslim community in Paris and beyond have reacted.

The offices of the Charlie Hebdo magazine were attacked last week by two Islamic extremists, who murdered 12 people in a bloody rampage that has traumatized the nation.

On Tuesday, surviving staff members announced that 3 million copies of the newest issue would be printed on Wednesday, compared to the usual 60,000 printed each week.

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