My response to this incident.
Self-pitying student playing the card my belief is better gets what she came for. Further cause for self-pity.
French lady handled it about as well as possible. Essentially, as someone suffering for your beliefs, you are Charlie too. It was an inclusive dismissal.
Sad, but people like that student won't let go of their daddy (Mohammed, etc) even when he's a pig.
That's the problem with conservative religion generally. The mighty Oz won't allow flash photography, afraid the wrinkles will show.*
No free pictures, no free thinking.
The devil is not in thought, but in lack of thought.
I am Charlie Hebdo.
What about the suffering of the people in the Middle East under US, British, Israeli, and other Imperial Oppression?
Yes, that is not good, but it is not a story about Islam basically. Actually the Empires seeded religion deliberately to make people easier to control. The US feared Communism, so crushed the entire secular left in the Middle East but funded religious crackpots like bin Laden.
So now those long suffering people suffer from two things: US Empire and Extremist Islam.
Of course the latter is for them to judge. But not necessarily for us to obey.
We respect that people have made their choices. But we don't need to respect those choices.
(*My deist says, across the All, the One, the Whatever, the very brightest lights are already shining. Your puny satire of my beloved myth of Universal Oneness is part of the shading on the script that gives it more dimensions. The days when taking offense was a necessary defense were those prior to permanent settlement. Now, we should laugh, and respond more kindly.)