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  • "The cartoon is starkly reminiscent of a 1938 Nazi cartoon depicting Winston Churchill as a Jewish octopus encircling the globe," said Efraim Zuroff, with the Simon Wiesenthal Center, in Fox News. "And if anyone has any doubts about the anti-Semitic dimension of the cartoon, we can point to Mark Zuckerberg's very prominent nose, which is not the case in real life. Absolutely disgusting!"

    German paper ripped for 'anti-Semitic' caricature of Mark Zuckerberg →

  • The caricature reminds one of "Nazi propaganda which sought to warn Germany of the threat posed by Jews-world Jewry, and in a certain sense particularly by those Jews who had assimilated into German society, and could not be automatically identified as such," Mr. Zuroff said, in Fox News.

    German paper ripped for 'anti-Semitic' caricature of Mark Zuckerberg →

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