Anti-Semitic photo wins Iranian 'Occupy' competition

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July 12, 2012 01:14

 
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An anti-Semitic cartoon depicting religious Jews praying in front of Jerusalem's Western Wall took first prize in the inaugural Iranian "Wall Street Downfall" art festival. The winning artist, Mohammad Tabrizi, was awarded 5,000 euros for his entry.

The event, held earlier this week in Tehran, was meant to support the US's grassroots "Occupy Wall Street"- a grassroots movement which aims to eliminate income inequalities and excesses in the US financial system.

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