"As was to be expected, this has sparked yet another round of Twitter debates as to whether these misreadings are the fault of Charlie Hebdo or of oversensitive readers who are unable to grasp satire."
Max Fisher, at Vox, tries to explain this:
Fisher is sure of the point: "Their 'point' here is that European anti-refugee sentiment, when laid bare, ultimately leads to the ridiculous and indeed hateful idea that even Kurdi is a threat to European women."
I tend to think that those who express themselves through art — including comics art — like ambiguity and layers of meaning and enjoy making everyone uncomfortable. To say I'm sure that the point is the thing that I believe would be the good thing to say is to be an out-and-proud non-artist.