Category Archives: Trad Graphics
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.
Share this graphic I always felt the question, ‘would you buy a used car from this person?’ was a little unfair. Sure I would (I’ve bought lemons before) but I wouldn’t vote for him. The real question is, having been … Continue reading
Is this you? Unfortunately I am too old and not smart enough to be a Dry Bones intern. I certainly would have jumped at the chance is I was. Yaakov Kirschen is the leading Israel advocate cartoonist of today and … Continue reading
Palestinian Hypocrisy Weak 2014 The graphic resources for Palestinian Apartheid Week 2014, have come online rather late. Five Minutes for Israel continues the ‘tradition’ of parodying their materials. 2012, 2011, 2010, 2009 Materials Hi-res for printing Palestinian Hypocrisy Weak (eng) … Continue reading
Yaakov, You’re too creative Israel’s most famous cartoonist is posting faster than I can repost. Rather than have you miss out Five Minutes for Israel has posted one on the side (as usual) and one as a regular post. He … Continue reading
A picture is worth a thousand Five Minutes for Israel wrote about the ridiculous four maps that keep coming back in A course in map reading II. We would happily credit the author of this graphic debunking if someone claims … Continue reading
Five Minutes for Israel wishes our Jewish readers a happy and sweet new year Added value The Jewish year count dates from a traditional date for the creation of the world. Traditionally when writing the Hebrew year, in English, it is … Continue reading