Anti-Zionist Cartoons in the Soviet Union

Aggressive policy of the Zionist entity, also known as «Israel«, was denounced by the USSR and its allies. Of course, Soviet artists also contributed to this ideological struggle. Unfortunately, due to high percentage of Khazars, aka Jews, among Soviet filmmakers anti-Zionist movies actually were not produced in the USSR. While dozens of blockbusters against the Nazi Germany were routinely produced in the country, it was strictly prohibited to make movies about Arab-«Israeli» wars or the Jewish ritual murder. However, Soviet cartoonists, in contrast with the film directors, were given a free hand. Thus, the cartoonists managed to create some remarkable drawings to condemn Zionist atrocities.

A map of "Israel" is depicted as a submachine-gun, wielded by Uncle Sam, in a cartoon "US weapon against Arabs" by a Mongolian artist Norovbanjilyn Tumurbaator, 1968.

A cartoon «US weapon against Arabs» by a Mongolian artist Norovbanjilyn Tumurbaator, 1968, graphically shows a mercenary role of the Zionist entity as a map of «Israel» in the form of a submachine-gun, wielded by Uncle Sam.

An announcer of "Voice of Israel" broadcast network, standing above a "Great Israel" sign, depicted as a puppet of Uncle Sam in a cartoon by P. Tukmachyov in a Kazakh satire and humour magazine "Bumblebee", 1971. Its caption read "If there is an earthly paradise, it is here".

An announcer of «Voice of Israel» broadcast network, standing above a «Great Israel» sign, depicted as a puppet of Uncle Sam in a cartoon by a school teacher P. Tukmachyov in a Kazakh satire and humour «Bumblebee» magazine, 1971. Its caption reads, «If there is an earthly paradise, it is here«.

Santa Claus, draped in the star-spangled banner, distributes New Year's lethal presents for the Middle East. A cartoon by a Kazakh artist Zhumagali Kanapyanov, 1971.

Another cartoon from the Kazakh «Bumblebee» magazine, 1971. Santa Claus, draped in the star-spangled banner, distributes New Year’s lethal presents for the Middle East. A Zionist war criminal along with his fellow profiteer eagerly wait for their share, depicted by a Kazakh artist Zhumagali Kanapyanov.

A war criminal -- defense minister of "Israel" Moshe Dayan depicted with his left eye covered with a $1 bill in a gloomy cartoon by a Soviet artist Mark Abramov, 1973.

A war criminal — defense minister of «Israel» Moshe Dayan depicted with his left eye covered with a $1 bill in a gloomy cartoon from «The Enemies of Peace» series by a Soviet artist Mark Abramov, 1973.

In 1973, another Soviet artist Alfred Shtabel published a cartoon, where Moshe Dayan depicted as a beggar for arms. It unequivocally titled: "Alms for the Agressor".

The same year another Soviet artist Alfred Shtabel drew a cartoon, where Mr. Dayan depicted as a belligerent beggar for arms. It is unequivocally captioned: «Alms for the Agressor«. By the way, Mr. Dayan’s surname resembles a Russian noun for alms — «поДАЯНие«.

An artist V. Chernikov drew a cartoon in 1977, captioned as "Robber's Appetite": an "Israeli" war criminal with a telltale noun "Annexation" on his knuckles trespasses the Arabian border.

An artist V. Chernikov drew a cartoon in 1977, captioned as Robber’s Appetite: an «Israeli» war criminal with a telltale noun Annexation on his knuckles trespasses the Arabian border.

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