10 November 2011

במהרה בימינו


The Russians are Coming! (1991)

November 13, 1991
Aliya, Russia, Soviet Union, Israel, Zionism, 1991, Communism, Fascism, antisemitism, (1991) Dry Bones cartoon: Soviet Aliah.
Today’s cartoon was published on November 13, 2001.
20 years ago this month.

1991 was the peak of the Aliyah from the Soviet Union. In 1990-1991 more than 350,000 former Soviet citizens came to Israel.

-Dry Bones- Israel’s Political Comic Strip Since 1973

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Greek Dancing

Euro, Europe, Eurozone, Greece, Bailout, economic crisis, Zorba, movie   : Dry Bones cartoon.
The economic Euro trouble means that for Greece to remain in the Eurozone they’ve got to become less Greek?

Thinking of a dancing fun-loving Greece brought to mind, for me at least, the image of Anthony Quinn as Zorba the Greek. I assume that nobody remembers Zorba these days, but for those of you who do, below is a shot from the movie.

Anthony Quinn as Zorba

-Dry Bones- Israel’s Political Comic Strip Since 1973

Targeting Terrorists (2001)

November 08, 2001
Israel, America, Terrorism, terrorists, targeted killings, (2001) Dry Bones cartoon: Targeting Terrorists.
Today’s cartoon was published on November 08, 2001.
Exactly 10 years ago.
To the day!

And it’s another one of those “I could run it today, as it is, without any changes” cartoons!!

Your thoughts?

-Dry Bones- Israel’s Political Comic Strip Since 1973

Shale Oil

Shale, Oil, Israel, Negev, Technology, Saudi Arabia,   : Dry Bones cartoon.
The latest:

Oil Shale Initiative in Valley Where David Slew Goliath Could Turn Israel into an Oil Giant
New technology developed by Israel Energy Initiatives could make it possible for Israel to profitably produce oil from deposits previously inaccessible. Based on this technology, Israel may have 250 billion barrels of recoverable oil — nearly equaling the 260 billion barrels of Saudi Arabia. The Israel Energy Partnership is educating U.S. business and Jewish community leaders about this potential development. -more

In the last panel of today’s cartoon, Mr. Shuldig displays his best “I think somebody is trying to sell me something” face.

-Dry Bones- Israel’s Political Comic Strip Since 1973

Occupy Wall Street

occupy wall street.   : Dry Bones cartoon.
Okay, so what do you think is behind it all?

Who do you think is carefully planning and secretly orchestrating the movement?

…Or do you think it’s a totally spontanious and leaderless snowballing mass movement??Nu?

-Dry Bones- Israel’s Political Comic Strip Since 1973

Are We In a Depression?

mideast experts,  : Dry Bones cartoon.

Are we in an economic depression? Are we unwilling to admit it? Those questions sparked today’s offering, which is one of the cartoons I posted before leaving for China on a university speaking tour sponsored by SIGNAL (the Sino Israel Global Network Academic Leadership).

I plan to return home to Israel on or about November 1st.

-Dry Bones- Israel’s Political Comic Strip Since 1973

School for Journalists

Journalism, Naive Newsman, Media, Turkey, Islamists, Israel,: Dry Bones cartoon.
Not long ago I came up with a new character. I called him the Naive Newsman.

I haven’t used him for a while, but last night, while discussing the growing isolation of Israel with a friend, I blurted out angrily that “The real enemy is the media!” …which reminded me of the Naive Newsman. And I began to think of the kind of training he had. And out popped today’s cartoon.

To see his earlier appearences click on Naive Newsman.

-Dry Bones- Israel’s Political Comic Strip Since 1973

Happy Election Year! Only 364 days, and one fewer Republican frontrunner, to go

Status Update Americans born in Jerusalem are prohibited from listing Israel as their birthplace. A case at the Supreme Court today seeks to change that. By Daniel Halper

D’var Torah

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