H&M Recalls Anti-Semitic Tee
The company has offered up its "sincere apologies."
H&M pulled a controversial shirt from its shelves on Monday, after consumers complained that it was anti-Semitic.
The shirt was first noticed by Times of Israel blogger Eylon Aslan-Levy.
"At first I was taken aback," wrote Aslan-Levy. "Then I was slightly amused, because this design was obviously a horrible mistake; then I began to wonder whether I was simply being paranoid – perhaps only Jews immediately think of a Jewish symbol when they see two overlapping triangles, and perhaps worrying about a symbol of death emblazoned above the iconic Jewish hexagram was simply my Jewish anxiety in overdrive?"