Jewish Cartoonist Confronts ‘Holocaust’ Of Mideast Christians


One of the more well-known political cartoons in the world comes from Israel.

Dry Bones appears in the Jerusalem Post and has been reprinted in newspapers from The New York Times to the Wall Street Journal.

For more than 40 years, Jewish cartoonist Yaakov Kirschen has aimed his political commentary at topics like Islamic terrorism and anti-Semitism.

Now, he’s targeting what he calls one of the worst problems in the world today: persecution of Middle East Christians.

“Christian communities being totally slaughtered and murdered and driven out and a whole ethnic cleansing of the Middle East, to wipe out Christianity and Western leaders just look the other way,” he remarked.

In just one recent example, this past summer ISIS drove tens of thousands of Christians out of their ancient homes and gave them the choice to either convert or die.

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