Originally published in Jewcy on May 13, 2008. For context and background, read the introduction on Jewcy, complete with helpful links for background reading.

Posted on May 29, 2008 | Comments (3)


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  1. [...] Uh uh, not me. I’m groovy, and I love America. I get to live here and read witty Eli Valley comics that make fun of those Jews with the use of nasty stereotyping because life here is so comfortable [...]

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  2. [...] American-Jewish cartoonist Eli Valley had already portrayed him in a series of cartoons as Israel Man. The resemblance is almost too perfect to be coincidental. What was for Valley a way of satirising [...]

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  3. […] character also bears a certain resemblance to Israel Man, a character created by Jewish comic book artist Eli Valley as a sort of parody of the image of the […]

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