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A Child in Palestine Naji Al Ali Grew Up In The Palestinian Refugee Camp Of Ain Al Hilweh In The South Lebanese City Of Sidon, Where His Gift For Drawing Was Discovered By The Palestinian Poet Ghassan Kanafani In The Late 1950s Early The Following Decade He Left For Kuwait, Embarking On A Thirty Year Career That Would See His Cartoons Published Daily In Newspapers From Cairo To Beirut, London To Paris.Resolutely Independent And Unaligned To Any Political Party, Naji Al Ali Strove To Speak To And For The Ordinary Arab People The Pointed Satire Of His Stark, Symbolic Cartoons Brought Him Widespread Renown Through His Most Celebrated Creation, The Witness Child Handala, Al Ali Criticized The Brutality Of Israeli Occupation, The Venality And Corruption Of The Regimes In The Region, And The Suffering Of The Palestinian People, Earning Him Many Powerful Enemies And The Soubriquet The Palestinian Malcolm X For The First Time In Book Form, A Child In Palestine Presents The Work Of One Of The Arab World S Greatest Cartoonists, Revered Throughout The Region For His Outspokenness, Honesty And Humanity That Was When The Character Handala Was Born The Young, Barefoot Handala Was A Symbol Of My Childhood He Was The Age I Was When I Had Left Palestine And, In A Sense, I Am Still That Age Today And I Feel That I Can Recall And Sense Every Bush, Every Stone, Every House And Every Tree I Passed When I Was A Child In Palestine The Character Of Handala Was A Sort Of Icon That Protected My Soul From Falling Whenever I Felt Sluggish Or I Was Ignoring My Duty That Child Was Like A Splash Of Fresh Water On My Forehead, Bringing Me To Attention And Keeping Me From Error And Loss He Was The Arrow Of The Compass, Pointing Steadily Towards Palestine Not Just Palestine In Geographical Terms, But Palestine In Its Humanitarian Sense The Symbol Of A Just Cause, Whether It Is Located In Egypt, Vietnam Or South Africa Naji Al Ali, In Conversation With Radwa Ashour

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  • Paperback
  • 117 pages
  • A Child in Palestine
  • Naji al-Ali
  • English
  • 11 June 2019
  • 1844673650

10 thoughts on “A Child in Palestine

  1. says:

    I am a big fan of Joe Sacco s work His graphic novel Palestine was my introduction to Palestinian question Because of this, I was very glad to find Naji al Ali s book, which was endorsed by Joe Unfortunatelly It was a mistake1 This is only collection of pictures by Naji al Ali accompanied with few sentences to explain what is actually or metaphorically happening on these illustrations.2 There is no insight, argument, history...

  2. says:

    an incredible graphic testament of the palestinian struggle it is understandably one sided, but moving and poignant nonetheless particularly insightful are the views on the arab ruling elite, a bit prop...

  3. says:

    I feel that this collection is just scratching at the surface of his work Also that there could becommentary etc But the cartoons are great.

  4. says:

    The compilation of Naji Al Ali s, a Palestinian political cartoonist, political cartoons is wonderful Paired with captions detailing what was happening when the cartoon was drawn makes this book educational as well Each chapter is opened with a short introduction to Naji Al...

  5. says:

    An excellent collection of works by the Palestinian political cartoonist from the 1970s and 1980s featuring sharply satirical and poignant commentary on such subjects as Israeli oppression, American middle east policy, criticism of corrupt oppressive governments in the Arab world.

  6. says:

    Naji Al Ali, Handhalah, and Palestine are nicely presented in this book Naji Al Ali is a great artist who had a great cause to draw His Handhalah is everywhere in the arabic world to that I didn t know that his creator was murderedthan 20 years ago

  7. says:

    Is it politically correct to say I didn t like this book I didn t The graphics were nice but the text put together with the pictures was lacking deeper meaning for the reader A waste of time pretty much.

  8. says:

    Incredible little book.A must have.

  9. says:

    Deeply impactful and thought provoking political cartoons Rich with symbolism.

  10. says:

    a bit eerie and very provocative

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