Charlie and the chocolate factory

Paris felt the lash of Islamic terrorism last week – 20 dead, more than a score injured. Journalists at the satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo were methodically executed;  hostages slaughtered at a Jewish supermarket, a policeman and woman slain amidst the mayhem. Three gunmen laid siege to Western security and freedom of expression – on television –  until they were killed.The threat posed by radicalised Muslims could not be more  present or clear. Continue reading