The Arab media has been chock full of Anti-Semitic political cartoons. You see the Gaza war was all our (the Jooze) fault. And the reaction in the state owned Arab Muslim media is to show the most repulsive anti-Jewish Stereotypes. Please look at these cartoons twice. The first time look very quickly skip the words in between the cartoons. Try to figure out which ones came from a “moderate” Muslim country. See if you can tell a difference. Now look slowly, there is no difference between the supposedly “moderate” Arab countries and the supposedly radical ones.

Arab and Muslim Media Blame Israel for Internal Palestinian Strife The internecine fighting between Palestinian groups in the Gaza Strip has unleashed a barrage of virulently anti-Israeli and anti-Semitic cartoons in the Arab and Muslim media. Anti-Semitism has been a consistent feature in the Arab and Muslim media for decades, with the conflict between Fatah and Hamas providing the latest opportunity to blame the Jews and Israel. The following cartoons portray Israel and the Jews (many of them depicted with age-old stereotypical characteristics) as encouraging and mocking the strife between Hamas and Fatah, and portraying Israel as the beneficiary of their internal strife. Algeria

Al-Khabar, June 17, 2007 The cartoon’s headline: “The Palestinian Authority is splitting into two governments.” The man is saying: “This is diversity…”


Akhbar al-Khalij, June 18, 2007 The Hammer is representing a “civil war.” In Arabic, at the bottom: “The Palestinian people.”

Akhbar al-Khalij, June 15, 2007 Israelthe Jews are painting the word “terror” with a brush representing “Hamas” and the “Fatah,” through “the Palestinian blood.”

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Akhbar al-Khalij, June 14, 2007 The man on the right is representing “the Palestinian people.” His right arm is representing “Hamas”; the left is representing “Fatah.”


Al-Akhbar , June 18, 2007 Olmert is saying: “I would also like to thank the brothers from Hamas and Fatah’s military wings for their precious help and their standing beside us in exterminating themselves.”


Al-Jarida, June 14, 2007 The fight between Fatah and Hamas in Gaza .


Al-Mustaqbal, June 16, 2007

Oman , June 13, 2007 Olmert is swimming in Gaza ‘s blood

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Al-Ayyam, June 14, 2007

Al-Watan, June 17, 2007 The newspaper reads the “The Palestinian-Palestinian Conflict,” and the JewIsraeli is laughing in response.

Ar-Raya, June 16, 2007 On the right: “Hamas;” on the left: “Fatah.”

Al-Watan, June 16, 2007 The cartoon’s headline: “The Palestinian inner fight – from Gaza to the (West) Bank.” The JewIsraeli insert the plug, which stands for ” Gaza “, into the plug point, which stands for “the (West) Bank.”

Al-Watan, June 13, 2007 On the right: “Fatah;” on the left: “Hamas.”

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Al-Madin, June 16, 2007 The cartoon’s headline: “The inner fight in the Palestinian territories continues.”

Al-Jazira, June 15, 2007 In Arabic: “Fatah” and Hamas.”

Arabnews, June 14, 2007


Tishrin, June 18, 2007 In Arabic: “Civil war.”