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Switzerland 'Regrets' Cartoon of Birds Pooping on Netanyahu Over Iran Deal

Switzerland 'Regrets' Cartoon of Birds Pooping on Netanyahu Over Iran Deal
A cartoon of two doves bearing the American and Iranian flags defecating on the head of Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu. Switzerland, according to the Times of Israel, apologized after the cartoon was shown by the Swiss ambassador to Iran at a business conference in Zurich on August 27, 2015.

By    |   Saturday, 29 August 2015 10:39 PM

Switzerland has expressed regret for a cartoon its ambassador to Iran displayed showing two doves defecating on Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s head.

The ambassador, Giulio Haas, showed the image during a speech to Swiss and Iranian business people at a conference in Zurich on Thursday, The Times of Israel reports.

"Ambassador Haas did not intend to insult anybody with the cartoon," the Swiss Federal Department of Foreign Affairs said in a statement on Friday. "If that is the case, however, he regrets it and seeks the pardon of everyone who could have felt insulted."

The illustration was shown as part of a commentary on those opposed to the Iran nuclear deal with the United States and other world powers.

Netanyahu has long opposed the agreement.

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Switzerland has expressed regret for a cartoon its ambassador to Iran displayed showing two doves defecating on Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's head. The ambassador, Giulio Haas, showed the image during a speech to Swiss and Iranian business people at a conference in...
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