Results for - Charlie Hebdo Cartoonist Shares Message In Wake Of Attacks "Do Not Pray For Paris"

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The world is still reeling from news of the Paris terrorist attacks, and moments after the attacks the hashtag #PrayforParis trended all over social media. Joann Sfar, a cartoonist at Charlie Hebdo, the magazine that was the target of terrorist attacks earlier this year, posted this cartoon, asking people to NOT pray for Paris--saying Paris does not need any more religion, and that it is a time to

1. The world is still reeling from news of the Paris terrorist attacks, and moments after the attacks the hashtag #PrayforParis trended all over social media. Joann Sfar, a cartoonist at Charlie Hebdo, the magazine that was the target of terrorist attacks earlier this year, posted this cartoon, asking people to NOT pray for Paris--saying Paris does not need any more religion, and that it is a time to "feel" and "heal" not separate. Do you agree with this cartoon's message?

Yes, 100% agree
17%
341 votes
To a point, but not sure if #PrayforParis is all about religion
23%
458 votes
Not sure
24%
469 votes
No, disagree strongly--prayers are needed at this time
33%
653 votes
Other (please specify)
2%
30 votes
Did you participate in any of the social media campaigns to offer your support and sympathy to the French people?

2. Did you participate in any of the social media campaigns to offer your support and sympathy to the French people?

No
40%
775 votes
Yes, I posted something to social media
13%
253 votes
Yes, I changed my profile picture to the color of the French flag in support
11%
220 votes
Yes, I posted one or more of the symbols supporting the French people
4%
78 votes
Yes, I posted something supporting ALL acts of terrorism -- not just this particular one
2%
48 votes
Yes, I did something else not listed
4%
75 votes
N/A I do not participate in any social media campaigns
34%
658 votes
Other (please specify)
1%
15 votes
Do you think you can

3. Do you think you can "pray" without it being a religious act?

Yes, people use the term generically to mean support and concern all the time, without it being a religious thing
42%
811 votes
No, praying is 100% connecting to God, no matter what religion you follow
29%
563 votes
Not sure
16%
306 votes
N/A
13%
253 votes
Other (please specify)
1%
18 votes
11/17/2015 News 1951 41 By: Harriet56

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