The implication speaks for itself, that Trump is a blind man who is being led by Netanyahu.
"The same New York Times that a century ago mostly hid from their readers the Holocaust of the Jewish people has today made its pages a safe-space for those who hate the Jewish state", he said. The image was offensive, and it was an error of judgment to publish it. Instead of an apology, The New York Times admitted that the image "included anti-Semitic tropes".
On Sunday, as more condemnation rolled in, it issued a fuller apology and partial explanation: "We are deeply sorry for the publication of an anti-Semitic political cartoon last Thursday that circulates outside the United States, and we are committed to making sure nothing like this happens again".
The most puzzling part of all this is that just a couple days before, the Times faced criticism for running another anti-Semitic cartoon in its worldwide edition.
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The Timesapologized for the hateful cartoon days later; vowing to get to the bottom of the anti-Semitic publication.
"Such imagery is always unsafe, and at a time when antisemitism is on the rise worldwide, it is all the more unacceptable", the second statement read. "I am not in a position of accepting or not accepting the apology, but if somebody makes a mistake, I think somebody should be accountable". "B$3 ecause of a faulty process, a single editor working without adequate oversight downloaded the syndicated cartoon", said the Times. 'What does this say about your processes or your decision makers?
It also resembles a different one from the same cartoonist featuring Netanyahu carrying a tablet that resembles the Ten Commandments, which the Israelites received in the desert after fleeing their enslaved lives in Egypt, in what appears to be a desert being followed by a sinister-looking U.S. President Donald Trump, both walking in the opposite parallel of a directional sign marked "Golan", a reference to the Golan Heights.
ADL's Greenblatt told The Times of Israel on Saturday that the first cartoon was "anti-Semitic propaganda of the most vile sort".
Palestinian leaders have said Trump can not be an honest broker for peace after he broke with long-standing US policy and recognized Jerusalem as Israel's capital in 2017 and moved the American embassy to the city last May.
Growing up, he sang with his sisters in a church choir and falls right behind Toni as the second oldest in the family. According to TMZ , which first reported the news, police received a 911 call around noon Monday.
The university's website had a banner alert warning about an " active assailant ", saying, "Campus lockdown continues". The campus was reportedly about to host a concert at the school's football stadium at the time of the shooting.
Damond, who had moved to the US a few years earlier, was an Australian yoga teacher, counselor and meditation coach. Noor is a Somali-American whose hiring in 2015 was trumpeted by city leaders seeking to diversify the police force.
Pelosi says the attorney general or any other witnesses can't "tell the committee how to conduct its interviews". The White House is meanwhile continuing to push back against congressional investigations into Mr Trump.
Thiem will now have a few days off prior to the start of the next big date of the pre-Roland Garros calendar, the Madrid Masters. Kvitova thanked the fans and her coaches, who did not join her in Stuttgart this week.
The Trump administration is reportedly looking to designate the Muslim Brotherhood as a terror organization. El-Sisi led a coup in 2013 that challenged and removed former president Mohamed Morsi from power.
However, all that came to a surprise halt as Apple and Qualcomm agreed to drop all lawsuits against each other earlier this month. The decision was announced nearly immediately after Apple and chipmaker arranged Qualcomm in a long-running lawsuit.
Lucious (Terrence Howard, right) and Jamal ( Jussie Smollett , left) seen in an episode of " Empire " that aired March 18, 2015. The company seems to be keeping Smollett nearby but they haven't confirmed whether he'll be making his way back on the show.
They were my three brothers, my father, and my sister's husband. "These people want to kill as many as possible". Thousands of Sri Lankan troops remained on the streets, guarding churches and mosques for the symbolic day.
Foxx has been harshly criticized ever since her office dismissed all 16 counts against Smollett over the alleged "attack". She then said Trump joined a lot of Chicagoans who are "outraged" over how the Smollett case was handled.
Washington reimposed sanctions on Iran's oil exports in November following the USA withdrawal from a 2015 nuclear accord. The Saudis face a tricky task to balance the market and help revive their economy while fielding U.S.
Only a few days ago, Google teased a hardware announcement for May 7th, tying it with a Pixel 3 TV ad made for Avengers: Endgame . In its quarterly earnings reports, Google does not break out revenue for its hardware-related products.
Trump sues to block bank subpoenas
On Monday the president and three of his children filed suit in federal court in NY against Deutsche Bank and Capital One. The lawsuit also seeks to block the financial institutions from disclosing information and complying with the subpoenas.
Apple posts Q2 earnings: Revenue hits $58 billion
Cook did not break down that subscriber number, but as of last quarter, Apple Music had 50 million paid subscribers. Wearables include the Airpods wireless headphones and the Apple Watch . "Demand has been incredible", Cook said.
Celtics dominate Bucks in Game 1
Giannis still led the Bucks in scoring, but he only buried twenty-two points on just thirty-three percent shooting from the field. Expect a big-time bounce-back performance from Milwaukee in Game 2 .
It's a new year for Celtics, Bucks
Even during the regular season, the 76ers were 9-4 when Redick hit five or more three-pointers - so rocket science, this is not. And Milwaukee's Malcolm Brogdon is out for Games 1 and 2 as he continues deal with plantar fascia in his right foot.
UN gives Mozambique $13 million for Cyclone Kenneth damage
Some rural communities were reduced to mounds of jumbled wood, with only the occasional structure and coconut tree left standing. Images shared by OCHA showed rows of wooden houses, separated by sandy paths, that had been nearly completely flattened.