The complaints from the "usual suspects" have given the cartoon far greater circulation than it would otherwise have had, especially as the Sunday Times sits behind a subscription Wall (if one may use that explosive word). The cartoon was obviously a comment on the Israeli elections and had nothing to do with Holocaust Day. The timing was a cock-up rather than a conspiracy.
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