Sharon Lee Davies-Tight 5-1-2019
I didn’t hear any Jews complaining when Charlie Hebdo made international headlines for publishing Muslim cartons related to terrorism.
This cartoon depicted two people and the reality of their relationship. It did not focus on all Jews.
Actually, when Jews worldwide speak in one voice, then they can be criticized as a group.
The criticism claiming anti-semitism isn’t valid when directed at two people from two countries who really didn’t represent the opinions of either country.
Criticism doesn’t cause a holocaust, it stops one.
Frankly, the only one who should be offended by this cartoon is the dog who was disparaged as a tool to make fun of someone.