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Nabil al-Khatib and his partner Mohammed Saed.
Niloufar Saleem, Gulf Today
Nabil al-Khatib is a Palestinian artist and founder of Beit al-Fann (the house of art) in Gaza City.
His studio was damaged and brought to the ground leaving nothing but a rubble, during an Israeli bombardment.
Nabil al-Khatib holds puppets that he salvaged from his studio.
The artist managed to salvage a few puppets and artworks from his studio after the bombardment.
Nabil along with his partner Mohammed Saed did their best to collect and try to retain the puppets they created but it’s heartbreaking to even try to bring back what it was with what was left.
Nabil tries to salvage some puppets from his studio.
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