PHILIPPINES-FRANCE-ATTACKS-CHARLIE-HEBDOAround 1,500 people protested in one of the Philippines’ main Muslim-majority cities on Wednesday against the French satirical weekly Charlie Hebdo’s caricatures of the Prophet Mohammed, police said. Local politicians, teenaged students and women with veils covering their faces packed the main square in Marawi in the southern Philippines, some raising their fists in the air as a Charlie Hebdo poster was burnt. “What had happened in France, the Charlie Hebdo killing, is a moral lesson for the world to respect any kind of religion, especially the religion of Islam,” organisers said in a statement released during the three-hour rally. “Freedom of expression does not extend to insulting the noble and the greatest prophet of Allah.” A group calling itself “Boses ng Masa”, or Voice of the Masses organised the rally, which attracted about 1,500 people, Marawi police officer Esmail Biso told AFP. More