"We cannot betray their (those killed in the Paris Charlie Hebdo attacks) souls. We have to speak our minds. We're not afraid of being afraid. Of course we're afraid, but this doesn't mean it'll prevent us from sharing our thoughts."
7. Close of tweet on screen reading (Turkish) "The attack on Charlie Hebdo should be a lesson for Leman newspaper, which knows no boundaries in its rudeness to President Erdogan (referring to Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan)."
8. Close of tweet on screen reading (Turkish) "We condemn and say 'your turn is next' to Leman newspaper, which darkened its pages and supported insults to our prophet (referring to the Prophet Muhammad)."
9. Close of tweet on screen reading (Turkish) "We're not going to pray for those killed in France. Of course it was a good thing. May they rest in hell."
10. Aknar looking at a possible cover for Leman's special tribute edition, text reads (French) "I am a cartoonist"
11. Close of hand on computer mouse
12. Close of another possible cover for Leman's special tribute edition, text reads (French) "Charlie's Angels"
"Ten, 20 thousand people were swearing at us (on social media following a controversial cartoon in Leman). It feels like they've established an army (of people swearing at Leman). There's a whole chorus of swear words. One of them says, 'go, start swearing at them' and they all do. And of course the repercussions are terrifying. We pay the price very heavily, whether it be psychological or in terms or morale."
14. Close of a Leman cartoon depicting five men, four of whom are former Turkish ministers accused of corruption, text reads (Turkish) "Inevitable suspects"
15. Close of Leman cartoon depicting Erdogan, centre, with Turkey's Prime Minister Ahmet Davutoglu, right, being led by an Islamic State group extremist into Syria
16. Close of a Leman cartoon depicting Erdogan as an Ottoman sultan and several ministers and family members as part of his court
"I have never sworn at (President Recep) Tayyip Erdogan, I don't like that kind of thing. But criticising is my right. It's inherent to politics, and it's inherent to humour."
18. Exterior of Leman newspaper headquarters
19. Various of demonstrators chanting and holding posters in support of press freedom and Charlie Hebdo
20. Close of placard
21. SOUNDBITE (Turkish) Elif Ergin, demonstrator supporting Charlie Hebdo:
"In Turkey, we have lived through, and continue to live through, a lot because of the murders of journalists, of members of the media and their detentions. The fact that this (the attacks) was done against journalists and members of the press means that it is an attempt at preventing freedom of thought, freedom of the press, and preventing people from expressing their demands and thoughts."
22. Woman holding a placard reading (French) "Free press won't be silenced"
A day after 12 people were killed in an attack on the Paris offices of Charlie Hebdo, some social media users in Turkey are calling for similar action against Turkey's most established satirical newspaper Leman.
Published weekly for 23 years, Leman frequently satirises local and international figures, and has drawn ire from Turkey's political establishment.
Leman's editor, Zafer Aknar, told The Associated Press on Friday that fear would not derail his publication's message.
"The repercussions are terrifying. We pay the price very heavily, whether it be psychological or in terms or morale," said Aknar, referring to the messages of hate that the magazine receives on social media platforms.
"Of course we're afraid, but this doesn't mean it'll prevent us from sharing our thoughts," he added.
Aknar, a 16-year veteran of the weekly, says he has spent the last 50 hours in his office preparing a special tribute edition to his colleagues at Charlie Hebdo, with whom Leman published two joint issues in 2002.
Eight journalists, two police officers, a maintenance worker and a visitor lost their lives when the French satirical newspaper was attacked on Wednesday.
Soon after, message started appearing on Twitter voicing approval at the attacks.
One message said: "May they rest in hell," referring to those who died while others appeared to threaten Leman.
Earlier on Friday, demonstrators gathered in front of the French consulate in Istanbul to show their solidarity for the victims of the Charlie Hebdo massacre.