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The cockroach cartoon controversy of Iran newspaper arose over a cartoon, published in the Iranian holiday-magazine of Iran-e-jomee, drawn by the cartoonist Mana Neyestani, an ethnic Iranian Azeri. The cartoon, published in the children's section of the newspaper on 12 May 2006, allegedly insulted the Azerbaijani people by depicting a child and cockroach speaking in Persian together. In the cartoon when the cockroach does not understand the child, he then decides to talk to the cockroach in an imaginary cockroach language (saying "soosoo soosking sisko sooski sooskung"). But the cockroach does not even understand its own language and replies by saying "namana?" ("what?"). Namana is a word which originates in the Azerbaijani language, but is sometimes used in the Persian-speaking population

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  • Iran newspaper cockroach cartoon controversy
  • Карикатурный скандал в Иране (2006)
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  • Карикатурный скандал в Иране возник вокруг опубликованной 12 мая 2006 года на воскресном детском выпуске «Кудек» («Младенец») полуофициозной газеты «Иран» карикатуры, высмеивающей азербайджанский язык. На рисунке изображён мальчик, пытающийся говорить с тараканом по-персидски, на что таракан отвечает по-азербайджански «Что?» («Nə?»).
  • The cockroach cartoon controversy of Iran newspaper arose over a cartoon, published in the Iranian holiday-magazine of Iran-e-jomee, drawn by the cartoonist Mana Neyestani, an ethnic Iranian Azeri. The cartoon, published in the children's section of the newspaper on 12 May 2006, allegedly insulted the Azerbaijani people by depicting a child and cockroach speaking in Persian together. In the cartoon when the cockroach does not understand the child, he then decides to talk to the cockroach in an imaginary cockroach language (saying "soosoo soosking sisko sooski sooskung"). But the cockroach does not even understand its own language and replies by saying "namana?" ("what?"). Namana is a word which originates in the Azerbaijani language, but is sometimes used in the Persian-speaking population
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  • Карикатурный скандал в Иране возник вокруг опубликованной 12 мая 2006 года на воскресном детском выпуске «Кудек» («Младенец») полуофициозной газеты «Иран» карикатуры, высмеивающей азербайджанский язык. На рисунке изображён мальчик, пытающийся говорить с тараканом по-персидски, на что таракан отвечает по-азербайджански «Что?» («Nə?»).
  • The cockroach cartoon controversy of Iran newspaper arose over a cartoon, published in the Iranian holiday-magazine of Iran-e-jomee, drawn by the cartoonist Mana Neyestani, an ethnic Iranian Azeri. The cartoon, published in the children's section of the newspaper on 12 May 2006, allegedly insulted the Azerbaijani people by depicting a child and cockroach speaking in Persian together. In the cartoon when the cockroach does not understand the child, he then decides to talk to the cockroach in an imaginary cockroach language (saying "soosoo soosking sisko sooski sooskung"). But the cockroach does not even understand its own language and replies by saying "namana?" ("what?"). Namana is a word which originates in the Azerbaijani language, but is sometimes used in the Persian-speaking population, too. In other sections of the cartoon, the cockroach goes back to speaking in Persian again (the second picture).
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