The ISCA forum's April competition subject is Libya's Col. Moammar Gaddafi.
As political caricature, it isn't saying much except that he has aged badly..
...but as an American, I have the freedom to say that, in my preferred visual format of caricature, about anyone. Others are not so lucky: Libyan Cartoonist Shot While Drawing Caricature of Gaddafi
That is very sobering, but not sadly, not shocking...
When the controversy about depicting Mohammed in political cartoons raged, it was more about aniconism; the difference here is that the subject is a living person, still (tenuously) in power.