Dutch newspaper slammed for ‘anti-Semitic’ cartoon on Gaza protests

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By Michael Bachner.. Simon Wiesenthal Center says image of IDF slaughtering Palestinians to celebrate Israel’s 70th anniversary will encourage Hamas terror, anti-Jewish sentiment in Holland. A newspaper in the Netherlands has come under fire for publishing a cartoon depicting an Israeli soldier shooting masses of Palestinians on the Gaza border in celebration of the Jewish state’s 70th Independence Day, which was marked on Thursday (April 19, 2018). [Photo top right: A cartoon published by Dutch newspaper Volkskrant in April 2018, depicting an IDF soldier shooting a Palestinian on the Gaza Border and spelling “Happy birthday to me,” a reference to Israels Independence Day. (Courtesy: Simon Wiesenthal Center)].  The cartoon, published in Volkskrant, a major Dutch paper, depicts an IDF soldier wearing sunglasses and adorned with a Star of David on his back. Having put a frightened-looking unarmed Palestinian against a wall, he fires a barrage of bullets to spell out “Happy birthday to me” — passing across the Palestinian’s chest along the way. Read the full story.

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