Charlie Hebdo attack: The magazine’s website now reads “Je Suis Charlie.”

Charlie Hebdo’s Website Is Now Updated With the Message “Je Suis Charlie”

Charlie Hebdo’s Website Is Now Updated With the Message “Je Suis Charlie”

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Jan. 7 2015 1:38 PM

Charlie Hebdo’s Website Is Now Updated With the Message “Je Suis Charlie”

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Charlie Hebdo's current home page.

Screen shot via charliehebdo.fr

After Wednesday’s terrorist attack on French satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo in Paris, social media users began sharing the hashtag #JeSuisCharlie (“I am Charlie”) as a show of solidarity. After being down for several hours in the wake of the attack, Charlie Hebdo’s website is now back up—displaying only that same “Je Suis Charlie” message. The page also links to a PDF which translates the phrase in multiple languages, including Arabic, Spanish, German, and more.

Dee Lockett is a writer for Vulture and a former Slate editorial assistant.