An exhibition of selected cartoons, caricatures and posters of "Palestine is not alone" contests was opened on Monday, 12th of April
Sayyed Massoud Shojaei Tabatabai, the artistic secretary of the contest and the director of the Visual Art Center, said: "The international cartoon, caricature and poster contest of ' Palestine is not alone ' was held last year on December, due to the Emmanuel Macron's ideas about the Charlie Hebdo magazine using insolence words about the Prophet of Islam and the compromising activities of some Arab countries with the Zionist regime.
He added: "More than 3,000 artworks from artists of 66 countries were sent to the contest, and today in this exhibition, a selection of these artworks is on display for those who are interested in. Also, those who cannot attend the exhibition can visit it online on "Irancartoon" website.
Palestine was occupied by Jewish from the late 19th and beginning of 20 century. To have an independent country, Jewish started their efforts by support of English government, the world war was a good opportunity for Zionist to unveil such a dirty plan.
Shojaei Tabatabai continued: "The remarkable point is that many Jews were actually killed by the German army in World War II, why did they not consider parts of Germany and its allies to mollify the Jews."
The director of Visual Art Center added: " all cartoonists, caricaturists and poster designer around the world showed that Palestine is not alone and every one including artists has stood by them until the collapse of this usurper Zionist.
He said: "The President of France supported the insult of this magazine and called it freedom of speech, while no one dares to doubt the Holocaust, which is the main reason for occupying the Palestinian territories".
In this exhibition a piece of art created by Habib Sadeghi is on display, which refers to palestainian's difficulties in their lives due to the oppression of the Zionists and the love of the Palestinians for their homeland and their resistance.
The closing ceremony will be held on Holy Ghods' Day online, because of the pandemic corona virus.