Artist Ben Garrison, whose invitation to the White House social media summit raised Jewish hackles, “will no longer be attending.”
Ben Garrison’s cartoon shows left-wing Jewish philanthropist George Soros pulling the strings of (then-National Security Advisor H.R.) McMaster
Carrey continues to produce savvy political art without a hint of anti-Semitism.
Dieter Hanitzsch fired after he depicted Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu using “anti-Semitic cliches.”
“Instead of condemning Hamas for its pernicious and cynical abuse of civilians, the cartoon demonizes the Jewish state and her soldiers.”
The cartoon “evokes classic anti-Semitic imagery and reinforces existing stereotypes,” the ADL and JCRC said.
Recently the Forward received a donation of 66 cartoons drawn by a survivor of Dachau. And they are a lot of fun!
Alan Dershowitz was depicted in a cartoon with blood and Palestinians. Was it anti-Semitic? Was it a blood libel?
“I understand exactly how it is with you! I also get messages from invisible men in the sky to play around with small kids’ penises!”
Wallkill Senior High School in upstate New York disinvited the author of “Killed Cartoons: Casualties From The War On Free Expression” from speaking to students.