Four reasons this cartoon IS anti-semitic - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • Aliza
    • 29.01.13 | 12:35 (IST)

    1) it is a LIE; the (blessed) Fence saves lives, does not take them; it has reduced terrorist attacks by 90% and stopped the bloodshed by saving Israeli lives AND the lives of arab suicide terrorists, who' d have come to Israel to blow themselves up - 2) the cartoon is EVIL, it comes from a biased mind that is 3) inspired by vile HATRED or paranoia and 4) it is LIBEL with the sole purpose to character assassinate (which is anti-semitism) Israel/Netanyahu/the Jews in order to hurt and to harm them by inciting to potential discrimination of them as a consequence in the British public through untruthful stereotyping. This brings onto mind the genocide in Rwanda in 1994, that was ignited by a similar type of character assassination of the Tutsis on a radio broadcast. This is how serious repercussions spreading vicious lies about somebody has. Hereby I regard this cartoon as IRRESPONSIBLE journalism, for the duty of journalism is to deliver truthful information NOT PROPAGANDA this cartoon is!! - It is sad to conclude that nothing has been learned from near history: like from the Rwanda genocide. - The whole ME is in turmoil: riots and killings in the streets of Cairo and two years of continuous slaughter in Syria, but only Israel is highlighted in the meanest and the most offensive way and described as the bad guy, which is NOT even true !! Israel is the only free democracy in the ME, therefore this cartoon is also a violation against democracy and the human rights it stands for. ---The cartoon IS anti-semitic, an example of pure evil. Period !

    from the article: Four reasons why U.K. cartoon of Netanyahu isn't anti-Semitic in any way
    First published 15:48 28.01.13 | Last updated 15:48 28.01.13
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