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Weight watching campaigns in Saudi Cartoons

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Weight Watching by Saudi Cartoonist Rabeea

by Iqbal Tamimi

It seems that women all over the world suffer the pressures of the media to control their weight. There are hardly any advertisements or campaigns through the media that targets men or make them feel guilty when it comes to weight watching.

Last Updated on Wednesday, 04 January 2012 07:25

The grandmothers are starring in flydubai's safety video

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Freej grandmothers in the Emirati three-dimensional, computer animated television series are the stars of a new safety video instructions and procedures when boarding a plane.

Last Updated on Wednesday, 21 December 2011 07:11

Busy texting on wedding day

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It seems that men do not realise how annoying it is to text others especially on their wedding day.

The caricature is by Saudi cartoonist Rabeea, who reflects on Saudis addiction to cell phones.

Guess what he might be texting?

Last Updated on Friday, 16 December 2011 13:23

Adult scenes on Children Cartoons

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Saudi caricaturist Rabeea is highlighting the lack of regulations in Arabic broadcasting, especially when it comes to Children’s Television Channels

Children’s Television Channels Cartoons

Saudi caricaturist Rabeea is highlighting the lack of regulations in Arabic broadcasting, especially when it comes to Children’s Television Channels.

In this cartoon he is showing three little children horrified by what they have seen on the screen of a television set marked by the words "Children's Channel".

Last Updated on Tuesday, 29 November 2011 07:17

Just Promoted Saudi caricature

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Just promoted

A caricature by Saudi cartoonist Abdesalam Elhlayel reflects from his point of view the difference between men and women when it comes to expectations of a promotion at work.