The U.S. newspaper "New York Times" has apologized for an anti-Semitic caricature of Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and U.S. President Donald Trump . On Twitter, the editorial Board said on Sunday that the drawing was anti-Semitic and "offensive". "It was assessment, a failure to publish it," informed the officer.
editor's' Note to appear in Monday's international edition. pic.twitter.com/1rl2vXoTB3— New York Times Opinion (@nytopinion) 27. April 2019
The drawing showed Netanyahu as a blind dog with a star of David on his collar, leads a blind man Trump with a kippah. It was published in the international print edition dated Thursday.
David Harris of the American Jewish Committee showed up on Twitter, shocked, and threw the newspaper to pour with increasing anti-Semitism in addition, fuel to the fire.
The more I think about the @nytimes “cartoon,” the more appalled I am. the— David Harris (@DavidHarrisAJC) 27. April 2019
While #anti-Semitism is rising...synagogues are attacked & Jews killed...democratic #Israel is demonized...& Jewish institutions are forced to bolster security...
The “paper of record” pours oil on the fire. pic.twitter.com/8FUAEKCagK
Previously, already had the Israeli Consul General in New York, Danny Dayan, in the case of the newspaper against the cartoon protests, reported the Israeli news channel, Channel 13.
at the beginning of this year, had submitted to Brazilian Jews, a lawsuit against a cartoonist for a drawing, they said she was anti-Semitic. The cartoon showed Netanyahu and Brazil's President Jair Bolsonaro in a hug. The arms were created in the shape of a swastika.
another cartoon of Netanyahu caused a stir in August 2018 in Norway for outrage. As a powerful politician with a body in the Form of a swastika Netanyahu pushes a member of the Druze minority from a Bank says: "Only White." (nag/AFP)
Created: 28.04.2019, 14:30 PM