The cartoonists' view

Over the years Al Jazeera has attracted a huge amount of insterest, and as a result, headlines both for and against.

    As with any other organisation in the news the channel has also been recognised by cartoonists.

    Here are a few animated examples of the work of our own political cartoonist, Shujaat, and a contribution from Steve Bell, best known for his work in the Guardian newspaper in Britain.

     

    Copyright © Steve Bell 2005/All rights reserved

    . Reproduced with permission

    The cartoon above was Steve Bell's take on George Bush's conversation with Tony Blair in which they talked about bombing Al Jazeera's headquarters in Doha.

    Below are a few samples of Shujaat's work.

    Tayseer Allouni and Human Rights - Shujaat

    A tribute to Tariq Ayoub - Shujaat

    Targeting Reality - Shujaat

    The arrest of Tayseer Allouni - Shujaat

    World Press Freedom Day 2004 - Shujaat

    The Arena of Tayseer Allouni - Shujaat

     

    SOURCE: Aljazeera


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