Who is A Jew?, Danny Kerman and Aharon Shemi, Kivunim 1989.
Their booklet displays 32 caricatures of the traits of the religious
community. The booklet contains replicas of classic anti-Semitic
portrayals, mostly Nazi-inspired. In a broadstroked fashion, these
characteristics include: pornography, violence, avarice, fanaticism,
shrewd behavior, racism, crime, exploitation and xenophobia. One main
difference from other anti-Semitic literature, aside from the contents
of the pictures, is the fact that the "Jew" is awarded a normal nose,
unlike the usual crooked beak.