'Colors from Palestine' Calendars and Cards
un article par Mohammad Said
The 2008 "Colors from Palestine" calendar is to mark the 60th year of the 1948 Palestinian Nakba (The catastrophe).
We dedicate the "Colors from Palestine" 2008 to the memory of our fallen hero Naji Al-Ali (1938-1987), a cartoonist assassinated as a refugee, noted for the sharp political criticism in his work, who has since become an icon of Palestinian defiance. On July 22, 1987 he was shot in the face, at point blank range, as he left the London office of the Al Qabbas newspaper where he worked. He died after laying in a coma for 5 weeks.
In a simple and forceful way, Naji cuts though all lies and disguises and brings the truth to the people. Naji is perhaps best known as the creator of the character Handala, who is depicted as a ten-year old refugee boy.
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