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The Dry Bones cartoons in this book were published over the course of more than four decades. Some are funny, many are angry, each is an attempt to fight back against anti-Zionism, to fight back against the denial of Israelite history, to fight back against the ignoring of the genocide of non-Muslims across North Africa and the Middle East. 2600 years ago, an Israelite captive in Babylon had a vision of the times in which we now live. He was Ezekiel son of Buzi. Today we call him the Prophet Ezekiel. His life was changed when he saw the vision of the Dry Bones. New York Jewish Cartoonist Jerry Kirschen was changed when, twenty-six centuries later, he read the Dry Bones prophecy. The vision predicted the Jewish People's rising, against all odds, from a great genocide to return to their ancient Semitic homeland. It foretold of their rebuilding its cities and of their replanting its trees. It promised that never again would the people of Israel be uprooted and expelled from their cherished Promised Land and forced to live in exile in the lands of strangers. Filled with enthusiasm and optimism, Kirschen moved from New York City to Jerusalem where he changed his name from Jerry to Yaakov and began drawing a cartoonist’s view of his new reality. He called his cartoon Dry Bones. But between the prophesied return of the Jews to Zion and their promised happy end was a tale of struggle and isolation. Ezekiel foretold that the return would bring the world against the returnees. Ezekiel was right. Their precious Jerusalem would become a stone in the throats of the nations and the world would denounce, libel and vilify the Jewish State. This book is a collection of the Dry Bones cartoons that Kirschen drew to fight back. The cartoons in this book are meaningful today, but in each, alongside Kirschen's signature, is the year in which it was drawn. None are Politically Correct. Most are angry. But if you are a Zionist Jew or a Righteous Gentile, they will bring you comfort. Be strong, We shall overcome.