Antisemitic posters plastered over Tehran for "Al Quds Day"

Ali Arouzi, NBC's Tehran correspondent, tweeted  "Streets of Tehran plastered with inflammatory anti Israeli posters for Quds day."

But the posters he showed weren't merely anti-Israel. They were explicitly antisemitic.

The four posters he tweeted all had the same theme: Jews and the Jewish state are today's Nazis.

All of these came from this year's Iranian Holocaust cartoon competition, where nearly all of the cartoons had antisemitic themes.

(h/t Petra)

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