More Wikipedia Antisemitism: Wikipedia Article Features Antisemitic Cartoon (Without Even Realizing It)

Many of the biased anti-Israel/antisemitic editors working on the "Anti-Zionism" article on Wikipedia are so intent on trying take out the fact that Anti-Zionism is, in fact, antisemitism, that they seem to have completely overlooked the fact that the article they are editing, itself contains an antisemitic cartoon!:

The caption for this on Wikipedia only reads:
Nasser (Egypt), backed by Arab states, kicks Israel into the Gulf of Aqaba. Pre-1967 War cartoon. Al-Jarida newspaper, Lebanon (Oren, 2002)

Interesting. The capture could just as easily read, "Wikipedia, backed by the majority of Wikipedia editors, admins, and ArbCom kicks yet another proud, pro-Israel Jew off its site." (since proud, pro-Israel Jews never last long on Wikipedia.) In any event, this cartoon depicts Israel in the form of the "ugly Jew" (similar to that used by Nazi Propaganda Minister Goebbels.)

"When people criticize Zionists, they mean Jews. You're talking anti-Semitism."
-Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.

The quote above by Dr. King is in the article. However it also states, "the accuracy of this quotation is debated, and it became the source of a serious hoax." Not just any hoax, but a serious one. (Anything that remotely strives for accuracy is a "serious" problem on Wikipedia.

A couple links are provided as backup for the "serious problem", one being to this piece by CAMERA. Wikipedia editors will only link to sites like CAMERA when it it politically convenient for them to do so. When a pro-Israel editor tries to link to CAMERA, the majority of editors say it is not a reliable or honest source (because all Israeli sources and/or media advocacy groups like CAMERA and HonestReporting are dealt with extreme suspicion). The only Jewish sources which are trusted on Wikipedia are if those sources are generally anti-Israel in nature. (Unfortunately, with 78% of American Jews voting for Obama, it's not too hard to find those types.)

All that being said, the extremely partisan, "Electronic Intifada" is widely regarded and praised on Wikipedia as a reliable source of information.

Meanwhile, the following cartoon from Palestinian Media Watch was deleted from the article entitled "Reactions to September 11 Attacks" and then deleted from Wikipedia completely. It seemed to upset the extreme leftists, Islamists, and conspiracy theorists who actively edit Wikipedia. They claimed that there were "serious problem" (there's that word again) with it and that it contained "contentious claims" by Palestinian Media Watch (as it shows Bin Laden flashing the "V for Victory" sign and it was presented in the "Palestinian" Media:

The fact that the "Palestinians" celebrated 9/11 is washed out of Wikipedia, while stereotypical cartoons of Jews can stay in. So much for NPOV (neutral point-of-view) when it comes to important issues!

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