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@CarlosLatuff’s Cartoon suggestion for @Charlie_Hebdo_ “West’s double standard on drawing Jews and Muslims”

Deux Poids Deux Mesures.de l’Occident sur le dessin des Juifs & des Musulmans Cartoonist E-mail: carlos.latuff 9at) gmail.com MSN: latuffcarlos (at) hotmail.com Mobile: (TIM) +55 21 76552333 DON’T TRUST ON WIKIPEDIA! I DON’T HAVE FACEBOOK! Follow Carlos at twitter: Mass Incitement 1939 Nazism & Anti-Semitism – vs – 2012 Zionism & Islamophobia | The new […]

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Could censorship of children’s art prove a turning point? – video

Henry Norr, Mondoweiss, Sep 30, 2011 If I were one of the Zionist operatives who pressured the Museum of Children’s Art in Oakland to cancel the exhibit of Gaza children’s drawings, I’d be kicking myself right now.   If they’d simply ignored the whole thing and let its scheduled two-month run proceed, probably no more […]

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Opening of MECA’s “A Child’s view from Gaza” Exhibit – in pictures

  Youth Against Normalization | September 29, 2011 The exhibit will be on display on 917 Washington Street, Oakland CA for the next two months.                                                   Source & Much More at the […]

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Art museum’s censorship destroys its integrity

by Dr. Michael Siegel on September 15, 2011 | Mondoweiss Oakland’s Museum of Children’s Art (MOCHA) recently announced that it is canceling a planned exhibit of artwork created by Palestinian children living in Gaza because art about the Palestinian-Israeli conflict is “not appropriate for an open gallery accessible by all children.” The museum had scheduled the exhibit […]

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Remembering Naji Al-Ali: The timeless conscience of Palestine

As the 63rd year of the Palestinian Nakba is marked this week, one Palestinian artist, a symbol of Al Nakba, comes to mind: Naji Al-Ali, the creator of ten-year-old Handala Menna Taher, Monday 16 May 2011 One of the most important Palestinian cartoonists, Naji Al-Ali was evicted from Palestine with his family in 1948 at […]

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