The French magazine has already published cartoons of the incident.
Over the past two years, ISIS's affiliate in the Egyptian Sinai has emerged as one of the group's most capable.
Security increases as Western countries speculate bomb downed the airliner.
Kremlin brands it a "sacrilege," while lawmakers condemn the "sin" committed by "scumbags."
The airline says authorities are not allowing British aircraft to land at the airport.
Britain, Germany and France are among nations that have already suspended flights to the country.
The group pledged allegiance to ISIS in 2014 and claimed responsibility for the Russian plane crash.
A militant group affiliated with Islamic State in Egypt claims responsibility.