Hillary Clinton may be about to become most powerful woman in the world, but these newspapers will struggle reporting on it.
One Ultra-Orthodox Jewish newspaper, which does not desplay images of women, has been having trouble illustating the presedential race. Yated Ne'eman is a weekly newspaper published in Israel, which was founded in 1987.
For some these instances only highlighted the ridiculousness of the policy, as when the BBC were forced to dub over Sinn Feinn spokespersons between 1988-1994 because of a ban on broadcasting some loyalist and republican organisations.
For others it was a significant breakthrough, particularly afterother striking instances of gender censorship in the last twelve months.
A smaller but also orthodox publication, Hamevaser published photos of world leaders in mourning after Charlie Hebdo, and removed German Chancellor Angela Merkel using photoshop, and cropped Danish Prime Minister Helle Thorning Schmidt from the picture entirely.
El diario judío ortodoxo El Anunciador quitó con Photoshop a las mujeres en la marcha de París. Entre ellas, Merkel. http://t.co/v67j0f16l9