‘Charlie Hebdo’ cartoonist calls it quits

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PARIS — The cartoonist who drew the prophet Muhammad after the deadly Islamist terror attack on a French magazine, is leaving the magazine.

Renald Luzier says he just can’t live with the loss of 12 of his colleagues in that attack.

Luzier drew the cover cartoon in “Charlie Hebdo” that depicted Muhammad with the words “I Am Charlie” and “All Is Forgiven,” a week after the attack.

He says each new issue of “Charlie Hebdo” is torture because his friends are gone.

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