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A Muslim man holds a placard, reading 'Not in my name', during a gathering on January 9, 2015 near the mosque of Saint-Etienne, eastern France, after the country's bloodiest attack in half a century on the offices of the weekly satirical Charlie Hebdo killing 12 people on January 7.
A Muslim man holds a placard, reading 'Not in my name', during a gathering on January 9, 2015 near the mosque of Saint-Etienne, eastern France, after the country's bloodiest attack in half a century on the offices of the weekly satirical Charlie Hebdo killing 12 people on January 7.

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Muslim activist: Cartoons no justification for attacks

Elsa Ray, of the Collective Against Islamophobia, tells Christiane Amanpour we must "get united and say we have to stop these vicious circles of hate."

Muslim activist: Cartoons no justification for attacks

Elsa Ray, of the Collective Against Islamophobia, tells Christiane Amanpour we must "get united and say we have to stop these vicious circles of hate."