Meretz propaganda denies Ayelet Shaked color

New Right: 'In real life Ayelet is in color, not black and white. If you have no color image of Shaked, we're happy to pass one on to you.'

Mordechai Sones,

Zandberg
Zandberg
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In what appears to be an attempt to level the playing field, Meretz election campaign propaganda juxtaposes an optimistically complimentary color photograph of Meretz leader Tamar Zandberg with a black-and-white photo of New Right candidate Justice Minister Ayelet Shaked looking sternly to the side. Emblazoned over both pictures looms the question, "Are you with me, or are you with her?"

The photographs include captions reading: "Where do you stand on democracy? More than 55% of Israelis oppose harming the Supreme Court - where are you [2nd person fem. - MS]? Most Israelis think Meretz."

Shaked's party the New Right tweeted the Meretz poster with the comment "In real life Ayelet Shaked is in color, not black and white.

"If you don't have a color image of Shaked, we'd be happy to pass one on to you. It probably wasn't on purpose."

MK Tamar Zandberg, leader of Meretz Party
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