Former California Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger has sought the assistance of the Jewish rights group the Simon Wiesenthal Center after the organization had alerted the acclaimed celebrity that his name is being displayed on a poster of historical figures and celebrities at a prominent mall in Istanbul, Turkey, that also prominently displays Adolf Hitler.
The poster, titled “Who Would You Like to Meet if You Could?” can be seen at the Sapphire Mall, an upscale mall in Istanbul.
It lists historical figures including Suleiman, Ataturk, and Lenin, as well as celebrities such as Schwarzenegger, the Beatles and Michael Jackson. However, the most prominent name as well as the only figure depicted on the poster is Adolf Hitler.
“Thank you for alerting me about the offensive exhibit at the Sapphire Mall in Istanbul, Turkey,” Governor Schwarzenegger wrote in an e-mail to in an e-mail to Rabbi Marvin Hier, Founder and Dean of the Wiesenthal Center.
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