The cover image, by Amjad Wardeh, of a book called Art of Resistance: Collected Cartoons from the Syrian War features Syrian President Bashar al-Assad snorting building dust as if it were cocaine. The cover image, by Amjad Wardeh, of a book called Art of Resistance: Collected Cartoons from the Syrian War features Syrian President Bashar al-Assad snorting building dust as if it were cocaine.
The cover image, by Amjad Wardeh, of a book called Art of Resistance: Collected Cartoons from the Syrian War features Syrian President Bashar al-Assad snorting building dust as if it were cocaine.

Syrian cartoonists lampoon Bashar Assad and Islamic State

Syrian cartoonists are risking their lives as they take aim at both the Assad regime and Islamic State. In the wake of the Charlie Hebdo attack in Paris, reports Dan Boylan, the danger is more evident than ever

The cover image, by Amjad Wardeh, of a book called Art of Resistance: Collected Cartoons from the Syrian War features Syrian President Bashar al-Assad snorting building dust as if it were cocaine. The cover image, by Amjad Wardeh, of a book called Art of Resistance: Collected Cartoons from the Syrian War features Syrian President Bashar al-Assad snorting building dust as if it were cocaine.
The cover image, by Amjad Wardeh, of a book called Art of Resistance: Collected Cartoons from the Syrian War features Syrian President Bashar al-Assad snorting building dust as if it were cocaine.
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