One of the biggest Norwegian banks DNB has issued a credit card with a picture of a hook-nosed Jew, laughing gleefully against a backdrop of gold coins, according to The Jerusalem Post.
The card annoyed The Hallelu Foundation, which tries to create a positive image of the terrorist state of Israel in the world.
The jewish supremacist foundation has accused the bank of anti-Semitism. The foundation contacted the bank and asked to clarify the situation. DNB said that the design of the card was chosen by a customer of the bank.
"We have been notified about a picture of a Visa card issued by us, with an anti-Semitic drawing of a Jew. We have, however, strict guidelines for what kind of pictures that are allowed, and this control is manual. Unfortunately, our manual controls have failed in this particular case, and we are sorry for that,” stated the apology from the bank published on Hallelu’s Facebook page.
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The bank also clarified that the card will be blocked, and the client will be given a new one with a neutral design.