French police detained the boy after he refused to say 'je suis Charlie' at school, instead siding with the attackers.
One of France's most eminent Muslim intellectuals, Malek Chebel, discusses post-Charlie Hebdo multiculturalism.
Interfaith groups said the group, Britain First, was trying to provoke Muslims.
The plea comes in a letter to over 1,000 imams at a time of heightened tension in Britain over an attack by Islamist militants
Turkish leaders have condemned the Paris attacks but have also warned that rising European Islamophobia risks inflaming unrest.
The edition sold out of French shops within minutes this morning, but not all agree it should have been published.
The front page will display an image of the Prophet Mohammad with the headline "All is Forgiven".
Merkel's words come hours before marches by anti-Islam group PEGIDA were due to start in several German cities.
One Jewish protection group with 3,000 volunteers say they are increasing community training.
French police are also searching for the partner of one of the Paris attacks, describing her as "armed and dangerous".
It's long past time for Muslims to articulate a political Islam that respects and welcomes free speech.
Citizens have also been using the #illridewithyou in response to Islamophobia
Foley's family protested the use of his image in ads by the American Freedom Defense Initiative
Ads to end the "denial" and "willful ignorance" of the jihadist threat are criticized as anti-Muslim, hateful