Category Archives: Graphic
Hamas are coming… Hamas are coming… Too late… They’re here! My first direct experience with Israel advocacy came with the two-year, ultimately successful fight to keep the Palestine Liberation Organisation proxy, the General Union of Palestinian Students out of the … Continue reading
Impartiality: a BBC legal obligation “Merkava 1-Lesany-2” by Joker Island – Own work. Licensed under Public domain via Wikimedia Commons – http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Merkava_1-Lesany-2.jpg#mediaviewer/File:Merkava_1-Lesany-2.jpg
Graphics to share Use and share these graphics freely. Free-Gaza-from-Hamas.zip contains these graphics in PNG and JPG format. This file may also be downloaded and shared.
Gaza seen as schoolyard bully owned For some days I have been pointing out the similarities of the Gaza/Israel conflict to a viral video ‘Fat kid owns bully’. You probably have seen it. A smaller boy taunts and punches a … Continue reading
Fauxtography returns to Gaza During the Second Lebanon War a new term entered the bloggers’ lexicon: fauxtography – a combination of faux meaning imitation or artificial and photography. A close cousin to the video version AKA Pallywood, it took several recognisable … Continue reading
Living Statues Festival – Rehovot 2014 This is a sample of the 5th Living Statues Festival held in the first week of July. Worth visiting Rehovot if you are in the area next year. if not, there is still President Weizman’s … Continue reading
What would your country do? One constant charge against Israel is that it is excused behaviour that no other country is allowed. The opposite is true. It took just one act of terrorism for the United States to invade Afghanistan and topple … Continue reading
Google Doodle II Does anyone know if Israel’s Arab neighbours see this Google Doodle commemorating astronaut Ilan Ramon – the first Israeli to die in space – and other achievements in Israel’s defence? Or is this just an Israel thing?
AKA Pessach 5774 While designing the Five Minutes for Israel Pessach card that you see below, I realised the traditional matza motif was becoming a bit stale (weak pun intended). So I experimented with other icons of Pessach.