Tuesday, April 30, 2019

New York Times Continues With Hatred of Jews Publishing Another Antisemitic Cartoon

The New York Times printed a second anti-Israel cartoon on Saturday in its international edition, a development that comes in the wake of the newspaper having run an antisemitic cartoon on Thursday, retracting it on Saturday, and then, later on Sunday, apologizing for running it.

This second cartoon depicts Israeli Prime Minister Bibi Netanyahu wearing a robe and holding up what looks like a tablet with the Star of David on it. It depicts Netanyahu as blind and holding a selfie stick, taking a photo of himself. Times spokeswoman Danielle Rhoades-Ha did not immediately respond to Breitbart News’s request for comment on Monday morning in response to this revelation.

But the second cartoon was roundly criticized by the pro-Israel community.
Anti-Defamation League (ADL) CEO Jonathan Greenblatt ripped the Times for printing it
The second cartoon was published on the opinion pages of the international edition of the New York Times on Saturday in print. It comes after the Times previously, last Thursday on those same pages, printed an antisemitic cartoon that the paper retracted on Saturday morning. That original antisemitic cartoon depicted a blind President Donald Trump wearing a skullcap being led by Netanyahu, who was portrayed as a dog on a leash whose collar bore the Star of David. As some experts have pointed out, that first cartoon has striking resemblance to a literal Nazi propaganda cartoon from 1940 that showed a Jewish mean on a leash leading British Prime Minister Winston Churchill around.

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