Add cartoon women to the list of female figures you won't see displayed in public in Israel's pious ultra-Orthodox Jewish community.

BNEI BRAK, Israel — Israel's pious ultra-Orthodox Jewish community has long chafed at public displays of women, whether the images are of female public figures or ordinary women.


Now even animated characters appear to be a no-go.


The PR company promoting "Smurfs: The Lost Village" movie, which opens Thursday in Israel, says it has removed the images of Smurfette — the only female among the Smurf characters — from promo posters in the central Israeli city of Bnei Brak.


The Mirka'im-Hutzot Zahav company says it did so as not to offend the city's ultra-Orthodox residents.


The original poster shows Smurfette alongside friends Brainy, Clumsy and Hefty. But in Bnei Brak, she's nowhere to be found.


The ultra-Orthodox press in Israel has previously avoided publishing pictures of Hillary Clinton during last year's American presidential race.