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A child in Palestine
Arab-Israeli conflict--Caricatures and cartoons.
Palestinian Arabs--Caricatures and cartoons.
ʻAlī, Nājī.
Political cartoons.
Middle East--Politics and government--Comic books, strips, etc.
Politics and culture--Arab countries.
Genre Form
Illustrative Content
Geographic Coverage
Arab countries
LCC: DS119.7 .A6435 2009 (Source: dlc)
Identified By
Lccn: 2009446713
Naji al-Ali grew up in the Palestinian refugee camp of Ain al-Hilweh in the south Lebanese city of Sidon, where his gift for drawing was discovered by the Palestinian poet Ghassan Kanafani in the late 1950s. Early the following decade he left for Kuwait, embarking on a thirty-year career that would see his cartoons published daily in newspapers from Cairo to Beirut, London to Paris. Independent and unaligned to any political party, Naji al-Ali strove to speak to and for the ordinary Arab people. The pointed satire of his stark, symbolic cartoons brought him widespread renown. For the first time in book form, A Child in Palestine presents the work of Naji al-Ali. Through his most celebrated creation, the witness-child Handala (Hanthala), al-Ali chronicles the Israeli occupation, the corruption of the regimes in the region, and the plight of the Palestinian people.
Table Of Contents
1. Palestine
2. Human rights
3. US dominance, oil and Arab collusion
4. The peace process
5. Resistance.
Authorized Access Point
ʻAlī, Nājī. child in Palestine
Authorized Access Point Variant
Sacco, Joe. child in Palestine