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The Palestinian Museum Reopens its Doors to the Public in an Artistic Demonstration for Gaza

Birzeit - Palestine: After a nearly four-month-long closure from the start of the latest Israeli aggression and the ongoing genocidal war on the Gaza Strip, the Palestinian Museum is announcing the reopening of its doors to the public for an artistic demonstration. Through this undertaking, we seek to raise our voices loudly against the massacres… read more
*Image source: Mayasem Association for Culture and Arts.
Stop the Gaza Genocide

The Israeli occupation continues its heavy bombardment of the Gaza Strip, causing immense loss of human life and an unfathomable ripple effect of suffering. As of October 17th, 2023, there are at least 3000 martyrs, many buried in mass graves. At least 1,000 people are trapped under rubble, with no means or tools to reach them. Another 11,250, at… read more
Taysir Batniji, No condition is permanent, 2014. Engraved Soaps, 9 x 6 x 4 cm. Courtesy of the Artist.
How can we imagine a future that is free from colonisation?

The Palestinian Museum is continuing to follow the development of recent violent events in and around the Gaza Strip amidst the outpouring of photos and videos documenting what is happening there, including the killing and maiming of civilians, the ongoing destruction of infrastructure in Gaza, including schools, playgrounds, markets, and public… read more

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