Paris: French satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo's infamous cartoonist Renald Luzier on Wednesday said that he will no longer draw any caricature of Prophet Muhammad (PBUH), Anadolu Agency reported.
The cartoonist, known as Luz, told French magazine Les Inrockuptibles that he is no longer interested in drawing cartoons that depict Prophet Muhammad.
"I will no longer draw the figure of Muhammad," Luz said.
"It no longer interests me. I will not spend my lifetime drawing them," he added.
The magazine with a history of publishing blasphemous depictions of Prophet Muhammad made headlines in January when a deadly attack targeted its Paris headquarters killing 12 people, including its editor and a number of prominent cartoonists.