On Monday, Charlie Hebdo unveiled the cover of the first issue to be published after terrorists killed eight members of its editorial staff.

More than 5 million copies are being printed for a magazine with a normal print run of around 45,000, with French president Francois Hollande saying Charlie Hebdo had been “reborn” thanks to the unprecedented demand in France.

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As far as I'm concerned, I think the French gov't should order 25 million or so extra copies of the issue, then fly them over to Iraq and Syria and air drop them on the villages and territory ISIS controls.