Ultra-Orthodox Israel newspaper photoshops female leaders out of front page picture from Paris rally for Charlie Hebdo The newspaper HaMevaser removed the few females featured in a photo of 40 world leaders at the Sunday rally. The alteration is part of the paper's Orthodox policy to not publish pictures or even names of women. BY Jason Silverstein NEW YORK DAILY NEWS Tuesday, January 13, 2015, 5:52 PM HaMevaser The Announcer (HaMevaser), an Israeli newspaper, edited out the few females from a line-up of 40 world leaders photographed in Paris on Sunday. According to one truth-twisting newspaper, American leaders weren’t the only ones missing from Sunday’s Paris rally. An ultra-Orthodox Jewish newspaper in Israel photoshopped all females from a front page photo of 40 world leaders gathered at a rally supporting victims of the shooting at the satirical newspaper Charlie Hebdo. The phony photo from the Monday edition of HaMevaser (The Announcer) completely erased German Chancellor Angela Merkel and cropped out Paris Mayor Anne Hidalgo, Denmark Prime Minister Helle Thorington-Schmidt and EU Foreign Affairs and Security Chief Federica Mogherini. The Israeli newspaper Haaretz wrote in an editorial that the anti-femme Photoshop is part of HaMevaser’s longstanding Orthodox policy to not publish pictures or even the names of women in its pages. Philippe Wojazer/AP German Chancellor Angela Merkel and Paris Mayor Anne Hidalgo were among those who turned out for the rally that drew more than a million in support of the satirical newspaper Charlie Hebdo. The rally drew more than a million people, reportedly the largest gathering in French history, to support Charlie Hebdo after 12 people were killed in a terrorist attack against the newspaper last week.