The cartoon by Avi Katz drew on a photo of Netanyahu and members of his Likud party snapping a selfie at the Knesset following the passage of the so-called Jewish State law last week.
Following the uproar, the Jerusalem Post announced it would no longer work with Katz.
“Avi Katz is a cartoonist who worked as a freelancer at the Jerusalem Post and in accordance with editorial considerations, it was decided not to continue the relationship with him,” it said in a Hebrew-language statement.
Katz did not immediately comment. He had worked for the Jerusalem Report since 1990.
After he was fired, the Animix festival launched a fundraising drive to raise money to employ Katz until he lands another job.
"Jerusalem Report Cartoonist, Fired Over Nation-State Caricature, Tells Us What Happened" in Forward.