Sunday Times' Holocaust Remembrance: Blood Libel Cartoon
Why can't cartoonists seem to criticise Israel without the use of big noses and blood libels? And why do the mainstream papers still publish this stuff?[...] For some, however, Holocaust Memorial Day is transfiguring into a day that ‘the Jews’ or ‘Israel’ (for they will use these terms interchangeably), are to be attacked or set up, completely leaving behind the idea that the country came into existence in the wake of the greatest single crime in history[...] For this is exactly what the Sunday Times has today done; not simply treading the fine line between criticism and blood libel, but indeed spitting all over it, leaving it for dust, and careering head first into anti-Semitismsville. “Will cementing peace continue?” reads the caption beneath the image of a Quasimodo-like Netanyahu. As if this half-hearted attempt at a pun would help masquerade the overt racism within the image. No. [Read It All]h/t @israelradioguy Related:
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Posted by: DMartyr at January 27, 2013 02:44 PM
I don't have a big nose and I don't drink blood. Creeps.
Posted by: Bubbe at January 27, 2013 02:46 PM
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Posted by: EROWMER at January 27, 2013 07:54 PM
#6 Erowmer Saw an interesting picture yesterday from WWII. 3 US Army Jews holding Shabbot services in Goebells home after it was captured and secured. Big swastika on a cabinet in back of the rabbi, had to be an officer, holding the Torah with Shabbot candles on a bit nazi looking table and the men in prayer shawls and tefellin praying. Spooky to say the least but the 3 soldiers did it and the pic is a unique sideline to that particular history.
Posted by: Bubbe at January 28, 2013 07:12 AM
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Posted by: EROWMER at January 28, 2013 04:12 PM
Why do Jews continue to characterize Xariff as a goat humping camel jockey and worse?
The object of such characterizations is to make one feel bad.
It's a two way street.
Pot meet kettle.
Posted by: Sal at January 28, 2013 10:44 PM
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