Sudanese Satirist Uses “Khartoons” to Illuminate Arab World

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  • "Stages"
  • "Egyptian Revolution Life"
  • "Turkey"
  • "Freedom of Press"
  • "Khartoon"
  • "Free Revolutionzone"
  • "Flagless"
  • "Guantanamo"
  • "I’m Bored"
  • "Peace in the Middle East"
  • "School Kids Shot By Government Forces in Sudan"
  • "Mismatch"
  • "Modern @las"
  • "Selfish World"
  • "Man 2 Facebook"
  • "Media Help"
  • "Free Syria"

"Stages"

As convoluted as the Arab Spring conflicts and revolutions may be, a Romanian-born Sudanese cartoonist has managed to simplify these sociopolitical happenings with several strokes of a pen. Khalid Albaih attributes his satirical work to being raised by outspoken activist parents who introduced cartooning to the fledgling artist. Keep reading to see which cartoons Albaih chose to share with BET.com. Patrice Peck

“Reforms sometimes mean we go back to who we were before we revolted,” Albaih said about the above image.

(Photo: Courtesy of Khalid Albaih)

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