Maus, 1991 by a legendary cartoonist Art Spiegelman is considered one of the greatest books of 20th century.
According to Wikipedia " It depicts Spiegelman interviewing his father about his experiences as a Polish Jew and Holocaust survivor. The book uses postmodern techniques—most strikingly in its depiction of races of humans as different kinds of animals, with Jews as mice, Germans as cats and non-Jewish Poles as pigs."
This is what Spiegelman feels about Israel today.
"I've spent a lifetime trying to NOT think about Israel—deciding it has nothin more to do with me, a diasporist, than the rest of the World's Bad News on Parade. Israel is like some badly battered child with PTSD who has grown up to batter others."
(PTSD= Posttraumatic stress disorder)
Art Spiegelman, The Nation