Though many Muslims find the display of images of the prophet Muhammad to be offensive, some websites offer images of the prophet, particularly in the context of satire or reporting on satire. Though it is not mentioned in the Quran, supplemental Islamic teachings strongly condemn displaying any images of Mohammed.
In the wake of the terrorist attacks on the offices of French satirical newspaper Charlie Hebdo, some outlets, such as CBS News and The Wrap, opted to provide online images of the Mohammed covers printed by the organization. The 2010 event Everybody Draw Mohammed Day encouraged artists to draw the prophet in protest of censorship and threats, and individuals can find these images online as well. Wikipedia