Saturday, August 7, 2010

Iran related political cartoons

Below is a sample of political cartoons by Fahd Bahady from Syria (click images to enlarge). His many other works can be found here.

The Nuclear Club

Between Iran and Turkey
The decrepit Arab establishment gets jealous as Iran and Turkey woo the Arab people.

Nuclear Fuel Swap Offer, October 2009
The fox (the West) tells the skeptical raven (Iran) it must be trusted with a portion of its capture.


Anonymous said...

thanks needs to be brought to the MSM

Anonymous said...

Good images and quite true to the regional political dynamics. Hopefully, they can educate the western population as well that has been brainwashed by the Zionists.

zain khan said...

is this cartoom taken from iran news papers?

Anonymous said...

Mr. Bahady the cartoonist is a Syrian and his work appears in many Middle-Eastern papers and media, including Monthly Review E-zine and many Iranian papers.

Anonymous said...

“To watch the courageous Afghan freedom fighters battle modern arsenals with simple hand-held weapons is an inspiration to those who love freedom.”

It was the great Ronald Reagan: President of the United States, 1981-1989.

"One man's freedom fighter is another man's terrorist."

I said that...

Anonymous said...

US poll: Ahmadinejad the most popular leader in Arab/Muslim world

According to an annual poll conducted by the Maryland University, Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad is among the most popular world leaders in the Arab and Muslim world.

The results show that the most admired leaders among Arabs are Hezbollah Secretary General Seyyed Hassan Nasrallah, Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan, Iran's Ahmadinejad, Venezuela's Hugo Chavez and Syria's Bashar al-Assad.

The poll also reflects the disillusionment of participants with American policies in the Middle East, as nearly two-thirds voted against US President Barack Obama.

This is while in April and May 2009, 51% of the respondents in the six surveyed countries expressed optimism about American policy in the Middle East with Obama's leadership. In the 2010 poll, only 16% were hopeful, while 63% were discouraged.

The United States and Israel were listed as the region's worst enemies, while only 10 percent perceived Iran as a threat.

This year's poll, which is conducted by the US University of Maryland in conjunction with Zogby International, surveyed 3,976 people in Egypt, Saudi Arabia, Morocco, Jordan, Lebanon and the United Arab Emirates from June 29-July 20, 2010.

Anonymous said...

Have the Iranians been taught to hate Jews so much that they can caricaturize the gassing of one million children?