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Isis supporters have called for lone wolf terrorists to target Franco Moroccan cartoonist Zineb el-Rhazoui, who survived the attacks on the offices of satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo last month.
Thousands of supporters of the jihadist group have tweeted under the hashtag translated as #MustKillZinebElRhazouiInRetaliationForTheProphet, reports Vocativ, posting her personal details, pictures of her husband and sister, and a map showing places she had visited taken from her Facebook account, as well as pictures of Isis beheadings.
Money has also been offered in reward for information on her or her husband's homes or places of work, reports Alyaoum24.com.
"Where are the lone wolves of Morocco? Where are the foreigners who are thirsty to slaughter?" tweets @mohajera_1415.
Nine members of staff were killed in the attacks on the magazine in January, included five celebrated cartoonists.
The two gunmen, brothers Said and Cherif Kouachi, were affiliated with al Qaeda in Yemen, and declared they were committing the attacks in revenge for the magazine publishing cartoons of the prophet Mohammed.
El-Rhazoui, 33, who was born in Casablanca and has French citizenship, is a secularist and human rights campaigner as well as journalist, and contributed to the issue of Charlie Hebdo published the week after the shootings.
"Secularism as far as I know, is the only way to permit everyone to live in the same society, even if people are different," said el-Rhazoui at a recent event in Montreal, Canada defending the publication.
"Islam needs to submit to secularism and it also needs to get a sense of humour."