The subhead to Michael Slackman's Friday story from Tehran" Iran Exhibits Anti-Jewish Art as Reply to Danish Cartoons - An Effort to Expose Western Hypocrisy ," grants far too much slack to the anti-Jewishexhibit. The actual article is somewhat more revealing of the show's blatant anti-Jewish propaganda intent, whether or notthe showwas mounted in sincere response toan earlier controversy over Danish cartoons showing Mohammad. "The title of the show is 'Holocaust International Cartoon Contest,' or 'Holocust,' as the show's organizers spell the word in promotional material. But the content has little to do with the events of World War II... continue reading