I'm not sure what to think of this, and this has nothing to do with technology, but it seems like an interesting response to the "Muhammad cartoon-gate" that's been going on the past few weeks, I think. And it's kinda ironic, and kinda smart, and kinda provocative, and kinda makes you think before you burn someone's embassy down for drawing an offensive picture.
Israeli group announces anti-Semitic cartoons contest!
A Danish paper publishes a cartoon that mocks Muslims.
An Iranian paper responds with a Holocaust cartoons contest -
- Now a group of Israelis announce their own anti-Semitic cartoons contest!
}Amitai Sandy (29), graphic artist [...] from Tel-Aviv, Israel, has followed the unfolding of the "Muhammad cartoon-gate" events in amazement, until finally he came up with the right answer to all this insanity - and so he announced today the launch of a new anti-Semitic cartoons contest - this time drawn by Jews themselves!"
"We'll show the world we can do the best, sharpest, most offensive Jew hating cartoons ever published!" said Sandy "No Iranian will beat us on our home turf!"
"...Sandy is now in the process of arranging sponsorships of large organizations, and promises lucrative prizes for the winners, including of course the famous Matzo-bread baked with the blood of Christian children."