Charlie Hebdo’s latest cover is sparking outrage on social media. The French satirical weekly newspaper, which is known for its controversial political cartoons, references the catastrophic flooding that occurred in Texas as a result of Hurricane/Tropical Storm Harvey and depicts its victims as neo-Nazis.

The cartoon, titled “God Exists! He Drowned All the Neo-Nazis of Texas,” features swastika-emblazoned flags and several people giving the Nazi salute as they drown. The illustration, according to HuffPost, appears to combine elements of both the destruction of Harvey and the deadly “Unite the Right” white nationalist rally that took place in Charlottesville earlier this month.

Dans Charlie n°1310 cette semaine : Religion et violence,stop à l'amalgame, trois traductions différentes de mêmes…

Posted by Charlie Hebdo on Tuesday, August 29, 2017

As Newsweek reports, however, “there is no evidence thus far that any of the storm’s victims were neo-Nazis.” At least 37 people are confirmed dead as a result of the storm and many found the cartoon, which appears to celebrate the death of the supposed “neo-Nazis of Texas,” disrespectful to the victims.

The “Dieu Existe!” cover is not the first political cartoon to stir outrage in the wake of Harvey. Politico set off a Twitter firestorm on Wednesday after debuting their cartoon, which depicts conservative Texans being rescued by the government. Others politicized the disaster in other ways with similarly negative responses.

Charlie Hebdo had gained notoriety over the years for running cartoons that mock Muhammad. In 2015, a terrorist attack on their Paris headquarters left 12 people dead. Masked gunmen reportedly shouted, “Allahu Akbar” as they stormed the building. Worldwide, millions honored the victims with signs that read, “Je Suis Charlie,” or “I Am Charlie.”

See how social media reacted to the controversial Charlie Hebdo cover below:

Social Media Reacts to Charlie Hebdo Cover Depicting Harvey Victims As Neo-Nazis

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