Ripped From the Archives: April 2009

None of this batch made it to print.

ismail haniyeh dangling gilad schalit prisoner cage thin red moral line olmert barak livni ayalon lapid noam magenta vermilion fuchsia burgundy cerise maroon hues shades
Drawn in response to the Olmert government wavering on Israel's "red line" policy of not releasing successful terrorists in exchange for prisoners--a line, ironically, crossed (in principle if not yet in fact) by the more right-wing Netanyahu government.

i can report that there has been significant growth in one part of the israeli economy i am referring of course to the national unemployment rate stanley fischer boi bank of israel reporters happy sad
Ah yes, back from the days when the Israeli economy was actually an object of derision...

it came from the right wing avigdor lieberman foreign ministry frankenstein wolfman vampire monster coffin world uncle sam israeli press
This one's one of my all time favorites. Avigdor Lieberman is far too illiberal for almost everybody's liking, and yet he heads the third-largest party in the Knesset and is the most tough-talking Foreign Minister we've had for years!

Drawn using:
No. 2 pencil (sketch)
Black ballpoint pen
Black marker

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