Political Cartoons – Burning Korans = Religious Crusades


Source: Bendib Comics

Wicked cartoons by America’s Most Wanted Political Cartoonist. Enjoy!


Khalil Bendib is a Berkeley, CA-based award-winning cartoonist published in numerous small and mid-sized newspapers across the USA, as well as in
The Black Commentator and various other online publications.

Born in North Africa under a colonialist French regime, Khalil brings a fresh, non-Eurocentric perspective and a unique voice not usually found in our large, corporate media, which have studiously censored, avoided and blacked it out.

His hard-hitting, myth-shattering, platitude-mocking cartoons rarely shy away from the truth, as they seek to expose the crude racial stereotypes, “diss-information” and info-tainment pabulum offered as gospel by our mass media.

In the proud tradition of genuine watchdog journalism, Khalil Bendib’s work aims to comfort the afflicted and afflict the comfortable – and to give a voice to the voiceless.

Source: Jeff Danziger


Posted by: Bobby Hanafin, Editorial Board Member, VT News Network


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