They Once Knew Which Lines Not to Cross. But Arab Journalists Say the Lines are Expanding


One evening in late August, Emad Hajjaj, Jordan’s top editorial cartoonist, was driving back with his family from a day trip to the Dead Sea when police arrested him at a routine security checkpoint.

He assumed it was because of a previous traffic ticket. He was wrong.

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