Hats off to Yaakov Kirschen, the man behind the popular Israeli cartoon Dry Bones. His latest zinger takes a well-deserved smack at the European Union and its decision to boycott anything Israeli or Jewish coming out of East Jerusalem, the West Bank, Gaza and the Golan Heights.
"Europe has no problem with importing goods made in Chinese prisons and Bangladeshi sweatshops, or buying oil from repressive Islamist regimes. But Jews building homes in their ancient Jewish homeland really offends Europe's sense of morality."
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