The latest edition of French satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo, the first edition to be published after the attack on their office, will feature a cartoon depicting the Prophet Mohammed holding a “Je suis Charlie” sign.
Appearing above the cartoon are the words “All is forgiven”.
Meanwhile, French MPs will gather for the first time since the attack.
The latest cover of Charlie Hebdo has been published in advance by French media.
The slogan in French “Je suis Charlie” (“I am Charlie”) was widely used following the 7 January attack on the magazine, as people sought to show their support.
According to the BBC, three million copies of Wednesday’s edition are being printed. Normally only 60,000 are sold each week.
Charlie Hebdo’s lawyer Richard Malka told France Info radio: “We will not give in. The spirit of ‘I am Charlie’ means the right to blaspheme.”
Survivors of the massacre have been working on the magazine from the offices of the French daily newspaper Liberation.
Five of Charlie Hebdo’s cartoonists – including the editor – were killed in the attack.
The new edition will be created “only by people from Charlie Hebdo”, its financial director, Eric Portheault, told AFP news agency.
Contributions from other cartoonists were declined.