Posts Tagged ‘ cartoon ’

Indian Newspaper Under Legal Fire For Publishing ISIS Cartoon

December 7, 2015
By
Marathi Daily

A controversial cartoon printed in the Sunday edition of Indian newspaper Marathi Daily has put the owner, editor, and cartoonist in hot water with the Islamic community. Called “blasphemous” and religiously insensitive, the cartoon accompanied an article entitled “ISIS Money” and depicted the image of a piggybank with Urdu — the national language of Pakistan…

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Iran Combats ISIS With Cartoon Contest

May 29, 2015
By
j.bosco-brasil_(3)

“Taking the war to the next level.” This is what Negar Mortazavi, an Iranian-America Journalist, posted on her twitter with regard to the anti-ISIS cartoon contest that Iran has launched. Organized by Iran’s House of Cartoon, the Daesh Cartoon & Caricature Contest has collected more than 800 cartoons from around the world, each attacking the…

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Happy Birthday to You, Dr. Seuss!

March 6, 2015
By
Yertle

This week marked the birthday of Theodor Geisel, a man that generations of young readers know as Dr. Seuss. To recognize Dr. Seuss, our friends at NCAC took a look back on many of the censorious challenges that Dr. Seuss had to overcome throughout the years. Dr. Seuss may be best known and appreciated as…

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