Taqi Spateen poses for a photo before his mural in Bethlehem. AFP
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Palestinian artist, Taqi Spateen, uses the Israeli-built barriers as his canvas to paint breathtaking murals in support of Palestinian lives.
The artist uses his work as a medium to convey his disapproval and his stance against the occupation.
Hi latest mural which shows a sniper rifle pointed towards a journalist is done on a barrier.
The mural is suppose to reflect the violence against journalists in Israel.
In another mural the artist also painted George Floyd and said he can relate to his dismay and feels he was treated like a Palestinian man.
Trying to re-create the problems of Palestinian lives amidst the occupation with his impeccable artwork, Spateen hopes to bring about some light to the darkness his people are facing.
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