French satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo has just published its first edition after the tragic attacks in Paris.
The cover features another drawing of the Muslim Prophet Muhammed. Is this inflammatory? Should other media and press outlets republish the cover? What is the balance between freedom of expression and exercising restraint in the immediate wake of a tragedy?
Mal Fletcher answered these questions and more in an interview with BBC Radio's Mike Parr.
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Just wanted to thank you for your fantastic talks at Faith Camp. I've been going for years and have heard many speakers. I found you very refreshing from the "norm", whilst highly entertaining. Your TV programmes helped my wife in her early development as a Christian. Tim, UK
Mal, I enjoyed the MasterClass this past weekend held at The Living Room in the USA. You spoke into my life & your words are a true blessing to me as a growing leader. Todd, United States