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Tuesday, August 15, 2006

Iran launches Holocaust cartoon exhibit

Al-AP is reporting that an exhibit of Holocaust cartoons has opened in Tehran. If the Holocaust never occurred (as Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmedinadinnerjacket claims), how could there be cartoons about it? Hmmm...
An exhibition of more than 200 cartoons about the Holocaust opened Monday as Iran's response to last year's Muslim outrage over a caricature of the Prophet Muhammad in a Danish newspaper.


One cartoon by Indonesian Tony Thomdean shows the Statue of Liberty holding a book on the Holocaust in its left hand and giving a Nazi-style salute with the other.

Masoud Shojai, director of the host Caricature House, said a jury looked through 1,200 entries received after the contest was announced in February by the co-sponsor, the Iranian newspaper Hamshahri.
Imagine that. 1,200 people with nothing better to do with their time....


At 10:48 PM, Blogger Concerned UCI Student said...

Know of any websites publishing the cartoons?


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