In the Press: Maltese media houses unite to condemn Charlie Hebdo attack

Stories from today's national press

The Times of Malta

Leaders of Malta's Muslim community has condemned the attack on the French satirical newspaper Charlie Hebdo, which claimed 12 lives on Wednesday. Imam Mohammad Elsadi and Laiq Ahmed Atif, president of the Ahmadiyya Muslim community, denounced the acts of terror, which they say is an insult to their religion and damaging to the image of innocent Muslims. 


Opposition leader Simon Busuttil yesterday announced the the appointment of his new shadow cabinet, in what he called a renewal of the way of doing politics. The ten new shadow ministers include two MEPS.


The Libyan Charge d'Affaires for the Tobruk government has appealed to those wishing to travel to the country to seek visas from his office. Other documents, he said, come with the responsibilities of using invalid papers. 

The Malta Independent

Members of the Maltese media met yesterday to condemn the attack in Paris and show solidarity with the people of France in the aftermath of the tragedy.