The events in Gaza continue to have a polarizing effect throughout the world. This is also evident in the work of cartoonists throughout the world, whose commentaries reflect these varying viewpoints (each side feels it is absolutely correct). Here’s a cross section:

Breaking the Rules:


Yaakov Kirschen, The Jerusalem Post, Dry Bones

War On Hamas:


Paresh Nath, The Khaleej Times, UAE



Cam Cardow, The Ottawa Citizen

Fight in GAZA


Patrick Chappatte, The International Herald Tribune

Gaza Attitudes:


Eric Allie,

Peace Is SUCH a Drag:


Mike Lane, Cagle Cartoons

  • Silhouette


    Didn’t see any cartoons about the timing of this attack, Bushco’s wishes for an excuse to invade Iran and tying the “Israeli” timing to agitating Iran to make one false move in the region…to justify…well, you know the drill…

    Maybe we could make a cartoon about a Rabbi in Israel having qualms about invading, murdering and occupying on the Sabbath? Real jews would never do that. Yahweh’s Laws must never be disobeyed for any reason whatsoever..

  • AustinRoth

    Sil –

    Yes, the buildup of American troops and equipment to invade Iran has been dominating the news for weeks now. Unless you think that can be done in days, or in secret. You probably do, being a complete paranoid conspiracy idiot.

  • unclejoe40


    since you are a jew hater, i will excuse your ignorance of jewish law.

    one is allowed to desecrate the sabbath if to save another life.

    as hamas rockets continued to fall on sderot, the army can start an attack on the sabbath

    there…you have learned something

    now…go burn a cross or something