The front page of the magazine, whose offices were attacked on January 7, leaving 12 dead, “breeds extremism,” according to an article the website of IRID, Iranian state television. The article also said that both the cover of the magazine and ISIS extremists were “insults to Islam.”

Meanwhile, a spokeswoman for the country’s foreign minister condemned the attack on Charlie Hebdo, but added that the magazine’s new cover “insults Islam and also causes extremism between religions.” On Tuesday, an influential Muslim institution in Egypt warned the magazine against publishing, saying it unnecessarily provoked the feelings of “1.5 billion Muslims worldwide.”