The New York Times apologized for an anti-Semitic caricature with trump

The New York Times извинилась за антисемитскую карикатуру с Трампом

The American edition of the New York Times apologized for publishing anti-Semitic cartoon depicting Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and U.S. President Donald trump. A message posted to the Twitter account of the newspaper.

Caricature appeared in an article that criticized the immigration policies of the White house.

Netanyahu depicted a guide dog with a collar in the form of a star of David, which is “blind” trump pile. According to the editor of the Jerusalem Post Set Franzman, so the authors wanted to show that the United States is “going blind” led by Israel.

The journalists of the NYT admitted that the image was offensive and removed it. In addition, they called the publication of the cartoons a big mistake.

Earlier, on April 16, the French satirical weekly Charlie Hebdo published a caricature of a fire in the Notre-Dame Cathedral. On the cover with the inscription “reforms” depicted the Macron, which is on the head of the Cathedral burns