Another controversial Netanyahu poster appears at Jerusalem art academy

December 14, 2016 15:44


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The controversy that was sparked on Tuesday when a poster depicting Netanyahu next to a hangman's noose continues as another poster appeared Wednesday at the Bezalel Academy of Arts and Design.

Bezalel students hung several posters on academy grounds, depicting a nude Netanyahu wearing a sign that reads: "Is that better, Attorney-General?"

This poster appears to come in reaction to Attorney-General Avichai Mandelblit's decision to allow police to open an investigation on grounds of incitement regarding the first poster that was anonymously hung and then removed at Bezalel.

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