French poll finds more than 40% oppose publication of Prophet cartoons


The poll, published Sunday, also found half of those questioned were for limits on free opions expressed online and on social media.

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A French opinion poll published on Sunday found more than 40% of those questioned believe cartoons of the Muslim Prophet Mohammed – like those printed by satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo – should not be published, with a similar number in favour of “limitations” on free speech, reports FRANCE 24.