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As the controversy mounts over Scarlett Johansson’s decision to represent SodaStream, cartoonist Eli Valley weighs in with his own take.
Cartoonist Eli Valley offers his own unique graphic take on the recently deceased former Israeli prime minister Ariel Sharon.
Deep beneath the surface of the sea, news has spread of an emerging threat. Get the full story in Eli Valley’s latest spine-tingling adventure!
Would the Forward publish a cartoon in support of scientist Stephen Hawking’s decision to join the academic boycott of Israel? It did — and it should be ashamed of itself.
At this year’s LABA project, fellows who are food writers, artists and even a baker, study Jewish texts and allow them to influence their work. The results are fascinating — and tasty.
‘What have I done now?’ asks Backward cartoonist Tal Elijah.
Eli Valley’s provocative comic about the controversy caused by Bnai Jeshurun’s rabbis continues to garner controversy of its own. I’ve been reading comments and posts like this one that are sympathetic to Eli’s scathing look at the rabbis and their stand on Palestinian statehood, and try to grapple with the larger issue of when and how rabbis should speak their minds.
Cartoonist Eli Valley sparked howls of protests with his work critiquing B’nai Jeshurun’s support for Palestinian statehood. Editor Jane Eisner sees no reason to apologize for it.