Occupation Deports Two Italian Painters Who Draw a Painting for the Child Ahed Tamimi

In a racist scene that is familiar about Israeli occupation, Israeli authorities deported on July 30, 2018, two Italian painters (Gouret Agoush and Salvatore de Luiz) after arresting them, while they were painting a picture for the released Ahmed Al-Tamimi in Bethlehem.

Israeli newspaper “Yedioth Ahronoth” said that the Italian painters “left Israel after being arrested for painting a large picture of the Palestinian girl Ahed Al-Tamimi, on the separation wall in the West Bank.” It added that occupation authorities “prevented them from entering Israel for 10 years.

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