Here is a post from a now defunct blog I started a few years ago concerning satire, the right to offend and calls for censorship. In light of the terror attack on the offices of Charlie Hebdo, this post is worth reviving.
Rabble/Babble's cartoonist, Mike Constable, published an animated cartoon featuring a caricature of Pope Benedict giving a Nazi salute to a statue of the Virgin Mary and saying "Heil Mary." This cartoon was very offensive to a great many people, Catholic and non-Catholic alike. I quote the Rabbi Reuven Bulka who called the cartoon “horrible, unwanted and an inexcusable insult” saying “there is no room for this type of satire in this civilized world”. "How dare Rebick and her cohorts play loose with all this, with the Pope's dignity and with the life of devotion he has led and continues to lead." Despite the criticism this cartoon generated, the publisher of Rabble/Babble, Judy Rebick, insisted she “finds the cartoon funny,” and points to Canada’s well-known “history of satire, sometimes biting satire.”
Satire, even crude mockery of religion is quite common in the Western world. If you do not like it, you have the option to criticize it or ignore it, but resorting to violence is not an option.