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Cartoonist Ben Garrison, who drew Jewish philanthropist George Soros as a puppet-master controlling the U.S. government, caused an uproar when the invitation became known.
Garrison tweeted an image of his invitation to the White House for a social media summit, saying he was “honored.”
Feintooner is a painter and cartoonist.
“Jews face even greater hostility and danger in Europe, where the cartoon was created,” the editorial also said.
By MARCY OSTER/JTA
Readers of The Jerusalem Post have their say.
By LETTERS TO THE EDITOR
Antonio Moreira Antunes said he sought only to 'critique Israeli policy' and that his work is not antisemitic.
By AMY SPIRO
'The New York Times' has since dropped the syndication service that supplied the antisemitic cartoon.
By ILANIT CHERNICK
The Internet and social media has become a cesspool filled with antisemitic websites, posts and comments that reinforce, encourage and publicize Jew-hatred.
By SHMULEY BOTEACH
The recent cartoon presents a blind Netanyahu taking a selfie, days after a cartoon presenting him as a dog leading U.S. President Donald Trump.
By HAGAY HACOHEN
The cartoon included an apparently blind US President Donald Trump wearing a yamulke while being led by a dog with the face if Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and Star of David collar.
By TAMAR BEERI
New York Times columnist and former Jerusalem Post editor-in-chief Bret Stephens wrote an opinion piece on Sunday slamming his paper's decision to run the cartoon.
By MENACHEM SHLOMO
António Moreira Antunes drew ire with 1983 award-winning depiction of Israel and Lebanon.
Congressmen join former ambassador to Israel and journalists in slamming the newspaper.
By SETH J. FRANTZMAN
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