The U.S. Presidential Election Campaign in the Arab Media
United Arab Emirates (UAE)
Updated: October 27, 2004
Al-Ittihad, October 27, 2004 (UAE)
The American in the middle is watching Bush and Kerry wrestling, saying (about the Jew): "He is laughing since he is the only one who knows who will win the elections".
Al-Ittihad, September 23, 2004
In Arabic, on the box: "Ballot box of the American elections". The Jew is sitting on the box, asking the American: "Who did you vote?"
Al-Ittihad, September 19, 2004
The voters are voting on one side "Bush" and on the other "Kerry", while Sharon is waiting for the results".
Al-Ittihad, August 28, 2004
On the left: "Elect Bush, the Republican Party's candidate"; on the right: "Elect Kerry, the Democratic Party's candidate". The man on the right is asking his friend: "Who do you think will win?" His friend is answering: "Sharon, of course".
Al-Ittihad, August 25, 2004
On the right: "Elect Bush, the Republican Party's candidate"; on the left: "Elect Kerry, the Democratic Party's candidate". In both of the signs, Sharon's picture appears.
Al-Ittihad, July 31, 2004
In Arabic: "The Congress".
Al-Ittihad, June 14, 2004
The cartoon's headline: "The competition still continues". Bush is putting Stars of David in a ballot box of the Republican Party, while Kerry is putting Stars of David in a ballot box of the Democratic Party. Below: "The American elections".