Greek newspaper Kathimerini targets Muslims with coronavirus caricature23 March 2020The newspaper Kathimerini published a scandalous caricature targeting Muslims regarding the new type of coronavirus outbreak. The caricature was shared from the newspaper's English-language Twitter account.
Kathimerini, one of the common media outlets in Greece, published a cartoon about the coronavirus targeting Turkey, Muslims and migrants. The newspaper shared the cartoon from its English-language Twitter account.
Even though the coronavirus epicenter is in Europe, the Greek newspaper published a caricature targeting Turkey, Muslims and Migrants.
In the caricature, which gives the message that the Muslims carry the virus, there are two women wearing a burqa in the front, while the mosques of Istanbul and the Turkish flag are on the back.
The virus is depicted in the range where women's eyes are seen.
Here is the cartoon published in the newspaper with the signature of Ilias Makris:
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