Thursday, December 17, 2015

Uh-oh, there is an Iranian Holocaust cartoon contest coming

Site of the Salalspils concentration
camp, Lativa
And all of this time I thought that Muslims didn't like cartoons.

I can only imagine the Jew-hatred that is coming.

From the Tehran Times:
Organizers of the 11th Tehran International Cartoon Biennial has allocated a cash prize of $50,000 for the best cartoon on the Holocaust, the organizers announced on Wednesday.

Three other cartoonists will also receive cash prizes of 12,000, 8,000 and 5,000 dollars respectively, the secretary of the biennial, Masud Shojai-Tabatabai, told the Persian service of MNA.

He added that the competition will be held in June 2016 in Mashhad with cartoonists participating from 50 countries.

"We do not mean to approve or deny the Holocaust, however, the main question is that why is there no permission to talk about the Holocaust despite their (the West) belief in freedom of speech."
I live in the West and I'm allowed to discuss the Holocaust.

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