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mardi 3 février 2015

A terrible attack in PARIS

On Wednesday, January 7th, 2015, at approximately 11:30, two French brothers committed a terrorist attack in Charlie Hebdo's office.

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The terrorists stopped in front of Charlie Hebdo building. They entered and murdered eleven people. When they went out, they killed coolly a policeman in the street when he was already on the floor.

The cartoonists, Cabu, Charb, Honoré, Tignous and Wolinski and the economist, Bernard Haris, were killed during the assault. The terrorists possibly wanted to avenge prophet Mohammed because they thought cartoonists had offended the prophet.

After the attack, the policemen did not arrest them straight away. The Kouachi brothers were shot dead two days later, by the GIGN, north of Paris.

Freedom of expression was attacked. The police will fight against terrorism.

Les élèves de 5e3

Dimanche 25 janvier 2015

Freedom of expression scuffed

In Paris, two brothers attacked Charlie Hebdo, a French satirical newspaper, on Wednesday January 7, 2015 at approximately eleven o'clock.

Twelve people are dead, among them: five cartoonists and four journalists from CHARLIE HEBDO, a technician and two police officers. The terrorists killed cartoonists and journalists from Charlie Hebdo because they published a caricature of Prophet Mohammed. The terrorists think they insulted the Muslims. They tried to silence Freedom of expression.

The names of the terrorists were Said and Cherif Kouachi. The third suspect was Amedy Coulibaly: he bought guns for the Kouachi brothers and he killed a policeman. The jihadists, Saïd and Chérif Kouachi, were killed two days later, by policemen in Dammartin-en-Goëlle.

On Sunday, January 11, in Paris, there was a republican march with the French President François Hollande, but also Angela Merkel (the Chancellor of Germany), Manuel Valls, Jean-Marc Ayrault, Nicolas Sarkozy and his wife Carla Bruni, David Cameron (the Prime Ministre of the United Kingdom), Ibrahim Boubacar Keïta (the President of Mali) etc...

Freedom of expression has been scoffed but, on Wednesday, January 14, the magazine published All is forgiven .

Les élèves de 5e2

samedi 24 janvier 2015

A terrorist attack in Paris !

On Wednesday, January 7th, at approximately 11 o'clock in the morning, a terrorist attack happened in Paris, in Charlie Hebdo's offices.


The journalists were in the middle of Charlie Hebdo weekly meeting for the next edition of the magazine, when two men, wearing a hood, arrived in the room. The two terrorists killed 12 people (9 journalists, 2 policemen and a maintenance man ). They killed people in Charlie Hebdo's offices probably because the cartoonists had drawn a caricature of Prophet Mohammed. They thought the cartoonists humiliated the prophet because, in the muslim religion, you cannot draw the prophet. The 2 brothers were Saïd and Chérif Kouachi. The presumed third terrorist was found innocent. The police managed to catch them after two days. The two brothers died in a printing house. These 2 men killed the famous cartoonists : Cabu, Charb, Tignous and Wolinski. But, it did not stop them. New cartoonists drew the new Charlie Hebdo.

Les élèves de 5e1

samedi 10 janvier 2015


Les élèves de 4ème et 3ème Euro ont voulu rendre hommage aux victimes des attentats.

I am Charlie

Rest In Peace

Stay Strong !

With my sympathy

You wanted to make Charlie Hebdo go down on its knees, but you made all France stand up.

You have not killed Charlie Hebdo, you have made it immortal !

Long live Freedom of Expression !

We applaud you

You did not kill only people, you wounded 64 million people

We can laugh at anything, but not with anyone.

We do not kill for a drawing.

Our thoughts with the families.

True heroes !

We won't bother about your threats.

Nous sommes Charlie


L'Actu d'Aure tient à rendre hommage aux victimes de ces derniers jours, à ces défenseurs de la liberté, qu'ils soient journalistes et dessinateurs à Charlie Hebdo, policiers ou simples citoyens. Face à cette barbarie, il faut sans cesse rappeler et enseigner les valeurs de la République française "Liberté, égalité, fraternité". A travers le travail que nous menons au collège et sur ce blog, nous souhaitons défendre ces piliers de la citoyenneté française !

Ce dessin de Plantu, paru dans Le Monde, ce vendredi, nous rappelle l'importance de la liberté d'expression. Alors, prenons nos crayons !!! Liberte__Plantu__Le_Monde__vendredi_9_janvier_2015_.jpg

Nous sommes Charlie