Cartoons are powerful influencers

 

Terrorists-vs-CartoonistsI saw a powerful cartoon by Evans the other day and it made me reflect on how a skilled cartoonist can influence people. The cartoon is simple and clear in its message. It blames Islamic terrorism on America. I strongly disagree with its message but I can appreciate how skilled and clever Evans is in his work. It motivated me to find more cartoons that show different views of Islamic terrorism.

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Cartoons that don’t blame Islam for Islamic terrorism:

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Cartoons that question the view that Islamic terrorism has nothing to do with Islam:

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Cartoons that don’t see Islamic terrorism as a serious threat:

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Clay Bennett, Chattanooga Times Free Press

Clay Bennett, Chattanooga Times Free Press

 


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