#JeSuisCharlie has become a rallying cry in the Charlie Hebdo massacre aftermath. There has been a strong show of support and solidarity to France and the french people across Europe as news continues to spread of the terrorist attack on a satirical magazine left 12 people dead and many more injure.
The rallies have moved social media to candle light vigils in Paris and elsewhere mourning the deaths of top editorial cartoonists at Charlie Hebdo.
#JeSuisCharlie rose to one of the top trends on Twitter, along with #ParisShooting, and Charlie Hebdo. Now, thousand have congregated in public places in Paris and also in Trafalgar Square, London. Still many continue to share suportive messages on Twitter.
What happened in France was disgusting and cowardly. My dearest condolences, I hope no one else is hurt catching the gunmen #JeSuisCharlie— Josh Brozzesi (@joshwithcon) January 7, 2015
We stand with our French allies in defense of freedom of expression - a critical value for all democracies. #JeSuisCharlie— Jonathan Sinclair (@JWRSinclair) January 7, 2015