The editors of Charlie Hebdo published the most anticipated magazine cover in recent memory, a drawing of Muhammad shedding a tear and holding a sign that reads Je suis Charlie.

+ Staffers at the magazine, including Renald ‘Luz’ Luzier, who drew the cover image (and survived, in part, because he came to work late on the day of the shooting) held a press conference to discuss the issue: “I am still Charlie. I am a cop. I am Jewish. I am Muslim. And I am also atheist. These terrorists want hatred between people, and they also want hatred against the people they think they defend.”

+ Buzzfeed: Here’s who is and isn’t publishing the new Charlie Hebdo cover image.

+ The Guardian: “A prominent Saudi Arabian cleric has whipped up controversy by issuing a religious edict forbidding the building of snowmen, describing them as anti-Islamic.” (And the edict had nothing to do with Frozen…) And an ultra-orthodox Jewish newspaper edited the female leaders out the Charlie Hebdo march. (It turns out no one has a monopoly on crazy.)