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After the Hamas terror army's Oct. 7 slaughter of 1,200 Israelis, why are there no marches of support from non-Jewish communities?

Credit: Yaakov (DryBones) Kirschen.
Credit: Yaakov (DryBones) Kirschen.
Yaakov Kirschen
Brooklyn-born (in 1938) cartoonist Yaakov Kirschen made Aliyah to Israel in 1971 and began drawing his Dry Bones cartoons in January of 1973. He is a member of both America’s National Cartoonists Society and the Israeli Cartoonists Society. Dry Bones was internationally syndicated and ran in The Jerusalem Post for 50 years, being reprinted by the New York Times, Time magazine, the Los Angeles Times, the Wall Street Journal and other major media publications. The Dry Bones story has been covered by CBS, CNN, Forbes and many others.

Jews in America and the rest of the Western world regularly march in support of the victims of injustice. 

After the Hamas terror army’s Oct. 7 slaughter of 1,200 Israelis, why are there no such marches of support by non-Jewish communities?

Instead, first have seen the “River to the Sea” masses express their backing for our destruction, as well as the tearing down of posters highlighting the plight of some 240 Israelis being held hostage by Hamas in Gaza.

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