Iranian institute to hold cartoon contest on Zionism 

May 29, 2016 - 19:15

TEHRAN – Masaf, an Iranian institute that organizes programs on Imam Mahdi (AS) and other Islamic teachings, plans to hold a cartoon contest on Zionism.

The Zion Caliphate International Cartoon and Caricature Contest will be held in two categories, the institute announced on Sunday.

Theodor Herzl, the founder of the political Zionist movement, and Elizabeth II, the queen of the United Kingdom, are the themes of the caricature section.

The cartoon section will focus on terrorism and racism, and the crimes committed by the ISIL.  

The institute asked artists from around the world to submit their works until June 16. 

Top winner in the cartoon section will be awarded $5,000 in cash while the first winner in the caricature section will receive $1,000.