Palestinian artists use Catholic imagery to show the Pope their suffering
Published May 25th, 2014 - 20:19 GMT
“In The Presence of the Holy See” is a Palestinian work that predominantly shows Catholic imagery contrasted with Palestinian suffering; Lebanese with the Pope; Yemen gets happy in their own way; and Hebrew textbooks are Zionist, even in Arabic.
PHOTOS: One Palestinian Museum's Artistic Message to the Pope
The Palestinian Museum hung banners in Bethlehem's Manger Square as part of an exhibition entitled “In The Presence of the Holy See” predominantly showing Catholic imagery contrasted with Palestinian suffering.