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Angry Birds
Netanyahu holding one of the charachters of the game Angry BirdsTwitter
Spy vs Spy
Netanyahu with the black Spy of cartoon Spy vs Spymixedmartialarts.com
Stretching
The bomb is replaced by a girl stretching.mixedmartialarts.com
Dr. Strangelove
Netanyahu holding the picture of a scene of Dr. Strangelove or: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Bomb directed by Stanley Kubrick with Mahmoud Ahmadinejad ar Major Kong's placeprogressivealaska.blogspot.co.
Wile E. Coyote
Netanyahu depicted as WB Wile E. Coyotemixedmartialarts.com
Cartoon
Netanyahu to Ahmadinejad: “I got dirt on you, doggy!” was posted on Massappeal.comhttp://massappeal.com
Batman
Batman holing a bomb similar to that showed by Netanyahu at the UNhttp://imgur.com
That's all folks
Netanyahu fooled by Bugs BunnyFacebook
Carlos Latuff cartoon
Netanyahu at the UN as depicted by cartoonist Carlos LatuffTwitter
Obama-Hitler
Netanyahu drewing Hitler-Style moustache on Obamamixedmartialarts.com

The crude bomb cartoon used by Israel's Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu at the UN General Assembly to highlight his fears over Iran's nuclear ambitions has triggered a wave of mockery on the internet.

Netanyahu unveiled the childish drawing of a bomb, complete with lit fuse and red line, to alert the General Assembly to his belief that Iran would have enough enriched uranium by summer 2013 to make a nuclear bomb.

"The hour is getting late, very late," he said, warning the diplomatic audience about Iran's nuclear progress.

Despite the seriousness of the message, the way it was conveyed resulted in Netanyahu being mocked and parodies soon started appearing over social media under the tag "Bibi [Benjamin] Boom".

In many of them, Israel's hawkish prime minister is depicted as a character from a Warner Bros cartoon.

"Netanyahu's bomb cartoon is the Middle East equivalent of Clint Eastwood's chair," tweeted The Atlantic's Jeffrey Goldberg.

"Netanyahu 's bomb last seen in a Wile E Coyote cartoon.

"Acme [the ubiquitous manufacturer of the studio's cartoons] may be active in Iran, according to Netanyahu chart at UN," wrote Benjy Sarlin ‏

"Netanyahu has reduced nuclear war diplomacy to cartoons and markers," said Sam Stein.