Category Archives: Trad Graphics
Not just a bird – a falcon The Internet is full of discussion about the falcon found near Gaza with flammable material attached by string. Are burning birds a new tactic or are they just some sort of new violent symbolism for … Continue reading
Five Minutes for Israel wishes all who celebrate it a very Merry Christmas
Eight frames – all wrong Editorial cartoonists make great propagandists – for either side. Even though they appear in news media a genuinely neutral cartoonist would probably be dead boring. ‘Crikey’† cartoonist Glenn Le Lievre is far from dead boring but one … Continue reading
Jerusalem – Israel’s capital Pity it took 70 years to do the right thing. Let’s hope others follow America’s lead. There are reports that Czechoslovakia and Hungary responded by publicly recognising Jerusalem as Israel’s capital but I have no formal … Continue reading
Bright as Diamonds Five Minutes for Israel is now a Diamond Supporter of Cagle.com. Expect to see many more cartoons from the huge archives illustrating our posts and know they are licensed! Cartoon: Bruce Plante Bruce Plante is the staff cartoonist for 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.
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?