Sign our petition against the New York Times for publishing blatant anti-Semitism:
“We, the undersigned, demand the resignation of New York Times Executive Editor Dean Baquet and are calling for an advertiser boycott of the paper.”
A political cartoon (see below) run by The New York Times on April 25 depicted a dog with the head of Israel’s Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu leading a blind President Trump wearing a Jewish skullcap. Dangling from the dog’s leash is a Star of David.
The meaning is clear: Netanyahu (i.e. Israel, i.e. all Jews) calls the shots of the leader of the most powerful nation in the world.
More classic anti-Semitic tropes couldn’t have been drawn by the Nazis themselves.
The New York Times must be held accountable for publishing this cartoon and fomenting the already widespread and dangerous anti-Semitism rearing its head in our country today.
“Anti-Semitism has become the greatest threat to the world we live in,” says Clarion spokeswoman Raheel Raza. “After the Holocaust, the world thought that this will never happen again. Yet, Islamists and white supremacists are ensuring that hatred and violence against Jews is back on the agenda.
“The shocking publication of this cartoon by The New York Times makes them as much to blame as the others. In short, they have normalized anti-Semitism.”
Sign our petition demanding the resignation of New York Times Executive Editor Dean Baquet and calling for an advertiser boycott of the paper.
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