'Daddy is not gone' posts Charlie Hebdo cartoonist's daughter

In remembering her father, Elsa Wolinski also said that “I don’t think you can kill ideas.”

Elsa Wolinski daughter of slain Charlie Hebdo cartoonist Georges Wolinski posted this image to instagram and captioned it: Daddy is not gone. Picture: Instagram wolinskikiki

JOHANNESBURG - The daughter of one of the cartoonists murdered in the Charlie Hebdo attack has shared some moving photographs on her Instagram in remembrance of her father.

According to the Guardian news site, Elsa Wolinski, daughter of Georges Wolinski said on Thursday that the moment she learned that shots had been fired, she feared the worst. She said the most painful thing for her was to imagine him shot dead with a bullet.

Wolinski added, "I don't think you can kill ideas."

She said she had not been informed by police of her father's death and only learned of it when her husband went to the scene.

Georges, nine other Charlie Hebdo staff, a maintenance worker, a visitor to the building and two policemen were killed when at least two men attacked the satirical magazine's office.

The men have been tracked to a printing factory in Dammartin-en-Goele where they are holding a number of people hostage.

This picture of her mother is captioned: A widow for Freedom

Her father's office empty desk is captioned: Daddy is not gone Wolinski

This caption reads: Fear