On Sunday, Zionist entity’s prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu condemned West’s “moderate” Iranian president Hassan Rouhani over allowing an anti-Israel cartoon contest themed around the new Jewish religion, the Holocaust.
“Over the weekend Iran convened a special Holocaust-denial cartoon contest. We raise this here because it must be understood what our problem with Iran is. It is not just its policy of subversion and aggression in the region; it is the values on which it is based. It denies and belittles the Holocaust and it is also preparing another Holocaust,” whined the war criminal.
It’s the Netanyahu who attended Paris parade ‘uninvited’ in January 2015, in support of Rothschild-owned Charlie Hebdo magazine’s ‘Freedom of Press’ right to republish anti-Islam cartoons originally created by Danish Jew editor Flemming Rose in 2006.
The 2nd International Holocaust Cartoon contest exhibition with 150 entries from 50 countries including France – with many entries deriding Zionist regime’s Middle East policies, were displayed for public view on Saturday in Tehran.
The first NGO-sponsored Holocaust contest was held in 2006 in response to the publication of cartoons insulting the Prophet Muhammad (pbuh) by Danish newspaper Jyllands-Posten in 2006 to test West’s so-called “freedom of press”.
The Organized Jewry is well-known for its support for the publication of cartoons mocking Christian and Muslim religious beliefs – but always claim anti-Israel and anti-Holocaust mocking material as “hate speech”.
In July 2011, Jewish groups condemned American academic and UNHRC envoy for Palestine, Richard Falk, over posting a cartoon blaming Israel for America’s anti-Qaddafi policy.
Recently, Spanish cartoonist Julian Serrano was condemned for creating a cartoon for the Barcelona-based magazine El Jueves. The antisemite cartoon portrayed Israeli soldiers physically abusing Jesus. One soldier was shown urinating on Palestinian Arabs while declaring, “You don’t understand, Palestinian, my grandparents were in a concentration camp.”
Early this year, Mahmoud Abbas was blamed for PA’s official newspaper, Al-Hayat Al-Jadida, for insulting the ‘world’s most moral army’. It published a cartoon showing a Palestinian child being chopped up in a giant meat grinder by the Jewish soldiers. The blood gushing from the grinder formed the words “Made in Israel”.
In the “civilized West” such anti-Israel and anti-Holocaust mocking is condemned under Hate Laws. At least 15 European nations have declared such “Jew hatred” as serious crime – punishable with 3-year in jail or heavy fine or both.
In Iran, it’s a crime to mock any Biblical prophet, founder of other religions, Pope and even Queen Esther of Persia, who played a major role in the massacre of 75,000 non-Jewish Persians over 2000 years ago.