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Monday, April 29, 2019

New York Times Publishes Antisemitic, ‘Offensive’ Cartoon, Fails to Apologize

In Thursday’s international edition of The New York Times, a cartoon with “anti-Semitic tropes” was published that portrayed a blind President Trump led by Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu depicted as a dog with a Star of David collar around its neck.

The cartoon appeared in the April 25 international edition and coincided with the end of the Passover holiday and Shabbat, two days many observant Jews were not online.

The cartoon was quickly criticized by several social media users.



Anonymous said...

They did apologize, in the backhanded, holier than thou kind of way that the NYT does. It wasn't enough.

Anonymous said...

Again Pelosi and the Democrats in hiding with no condemnation.

Anonymous said...

This is who they are.

Anonymous said...

Fake outrage. If this was about Muslims ya'll would be celebrating and yucking it up.

This cartoon is clearly editorial, and not anti-semitic. May be in poor taste.. but not anti semitic.

Come on people. Use your head.

Anonymous said...

It points out the complete control Israel has over the US Political machine.

It was spot on.

Wake up

Anonymous said...

5:36 Why don't you just go ahead and spout the rest of the old cliches and blame the Jews for everything. Your "kind" always comes out whenever they can. Still have your white robes?