A Danish paper publishes a cartoon that mocks Muslims.
An Iranian paper responds with a Holocaust cartoons contest -
- Now a group of Israelis announce their own anti-Semitic cartoons contest!
Eyal Zusman (30) and Amitai Sandy (29), graphic artist and publisher of Dimona Comix Publishing, from Tel-Aviv, Israel, have followed the unfolding of the “Muhammad cartoon-gate” events in amazement, until finally they came up with the right answer to all this insanity - and so they announced today the launch of a new anti-Semitic cartoons contest - this time drawn by Jews themselves!
“We’ll show the world we can do the best, sharpest, most offensive Jew hating cartoons ever published!” said Sandy “No Iranian will beat us on our home turf!”
It has been a great success. The announcement reached hundreds of blogs and news sites within two days, and from there to dozens of newspapers, TV networks and radio all over the world, from Russia to Brazil. Thousands of e-mail messages arrived from Jews, Jew-lovers and humor-lovers, and around 150 cartoons have been submitted.
The judging process was long and hard. Our most honorable judges had a hard time with the cartoons… Some of them complained about their quality, and some about their cruelty… Finally the five judges have passed their decisions. No one cartoon was a clear winner, so the winner by points is:
“Fiddler on the Roof” by cartoonist from LA, USA.
Runners up were “Studio 6” by Ilan Touri, 32, of Sidney, Australia, and
"Stars” by Andrey Feldshteyn , 54, of Minneapolis, USA.
Below are two winning cartoons:
Here are two more cartoons which I sent to this contest: