This is not a cartoon from a hate website. It is not from an Arab extremist group. It is not from a White supremacist handbook.
It was just shown by Giulio Haas, the ambassador of Switzerland to Iran, at a conference promoting the terrorist state.
That’s right – Switzerland!
Reuters reported that the cartoon appeared on an enormous screen at the conference, under the headline “Iran: now or never.” The cartoon, Reuters said, was a commentary on “responses to the deal,” and showed a pair of doves with American and Iranian flags on their chests, sitting on the head of Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu.
The hateful cartoon was put up on a huge screen during a speech to hundreds of Swiss and Iranian business people at a conference in Zurich on Thursday (August 27), in which he also described Iran as a “pole of stability” in the Middle East.
“Ambassador Haas did not intend to insult anybody with the cartoon,” a Swiss government statement said. “If that is the case, however, he regrets it and seeks the pardon of everyone who could have felt insulted.”
The image appeared at the conference, under the headline “Iran: now or never.” The cartoon, Reuters said, was a commentary on responses to the deal, and showed a pair of doves with American and Iranian flags on their chests, sitting and s#itting on the prime minister’s head.
Haas said Thursday that his almost two-year stint in Tehran has made him certain that America will change its view of Iran as an aggressor.
“Iran at the moment is most probably the pole of stability in a very, very unsafe region,” he said. “Iran seems still for a lot of people to be bearded, elderly Continue reading “Hate Israel cartoon displayed by “neutral” nation’s ambassador on huge screen to promote business conference in Tehran”