White And Black: Political Cartoons From Palestine by Mohammad SabaanehWhite And Black: Political Cartoons From Palestine by Mohammad Sabaaneh

White And Black: Political Cartoons From Palestine

IllustratorMohammad SabaanehForeword bySeth Tobocman

Paperback | May 2, 2017

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Palestinian political cartoonist Mohammad Sabaaneh has gained renown worldwide for his stark black-and-white drawings that express the numerous abuses and losses that his countrymen suffer under Israel's occupation and celebrate their popular resistance. This collection includes 180 of Sabaaneh's best cartoons, including some depicting the privations he and other Palestinian political prisoners have suffered in Israel's many prisons. This book offers profound insights into the political and social struggles facing the Palestinian people and a pointed critique of the inaction or complicity of the "international community." Veteran graphic artist Seth Tobocman contributes a foreword.
Mohammad Sabaaneh is a Palestinian graphic artist living in Ramallah in the West Bank. He is the principal political cartoonist for Al-Hayat al-Jadida, the Palestinian Authority’s daily newspaper, and has published his work in many other newspapers around the Arab World. He is a member of the International Cartoon Movement as well as t...
Title:White And Black: Political Cartoons From PalestineFormat:PaperbackProduct dimensions:212 pages, 8 × 10 × 0.6 inShipping dimensions:8 × 10 × 0.6 inPublished:May 2, 2017Publisher:Just World BooksLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:1682570673

ISBN - 13:9781682570678


Editorial Reviews

"Each of Mohammad Sabaaneh’s powerful drawings is like a gut punch that gets straight to the essence of the stark reality of Palestinian life under Israeli occupation. This is how an artist resists." —Joe Sacco, author and illustrator, Palestine and Footnotes in Gaza