August 3, 2011 Special Dispatch No. 4047

Syrian Uprising and President Assad Depicted in Cartoons

August 3, 2011
Syria | Special Dispatch No. 4047

Since the outbreak of protests in Syria, the Arab press has featured numerous cartoons reflecting the brutality of President Bashar Assad's regime. Many cartoons portrayed the bloodshed and massacre of Syrian civilians, while others depicted the weakening stance of the regime in the face of the protestors' demands for reform. Other cartoons reflected the regime's evasion of a diplomatic solution to the crisis, while yet others reflected the general stalemate that currently prevails in Syria.

I. Assad's Brutal Policy

Assad – "Your Private Doctor"

Al-Arab (Qatar), June 9, 2011

Assad's Vision for Reform

Al-Arab Al-Yawm
(Jordan), June 21, 2011

"The Official Media" Wipes Up the Bloody Tracks of Assad's Slaughter, July 25, 2011

Assad – "The Dictator"

Al-Dustour (Jordan), June 20, 2011

"The Syrian Regime" Plays a Game of Blood

Al-Quds Al-Arabi (London), June 9, 2011

II. Syrian Regime Massacring Its Citizens

Syria: "A Common Grave" for "Pity, Humanity, Pride, Arabness, and Dignity"

Al-Quds Al-Arabi (London), June 15, 2011

Syrian Military Sends Missile to "Syrian Districts," Reading "We've Come to Help You", June 20, 2011

III. The People's Strength vs. the Weakening Regime

Hammer of "Syrian Regime" Too Weak to Pull Apart "People's Revolution"

Al-Quds (Jerusalem), June 9, 2011

"Syrian Regime" Losing the Game

Al-Sharq Al-Awsat (London), July 15, 2011

Syrian Regime Sinking in the Mud

Al-Sharq Al-Awsat (London), July 28, 2011

Revolution Trims Back Mane of the Lion Assad

Al-Quds (Jerusalem), June 22, 2011

IV. Syrian Regime Evades Diplomatic Solution

Assad in "Dialogue" with Himself, June 20, 2011

Assad Flees "Diplomatic Solution", June 20, 2011

"Syrian Foreign Minister Walid Al-Mu'allem Crosses Out Foreign Intervention in His Country"

Al-Watan (Qatar), June 23, 2011

"Opening the Door of Syrian National Dialogue", July 13, 2011

Iran, U.S., E.U., Turkey, and Arab World Waiting for "Syria's Operation of Change"

Al-Sharq Al-Awsat (London), July 19, 2011

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