By Eman Abusidu
‘The soul that fights in us’ are the words which Palestinian artistBelal Khaledspent four days drawing onto the 50 metre long, seven metre high bombed wall of a building in Gaza. With a flat brush and a bucket brimming with colours, Belal translated the Palestinian people’s feelings into a thick calligraphic piece that winds around itself.
«We chose this phrase to express every fighting spirit in every young man, woman, child and every soul in our Palestinian society. All their souls are fighting for the liberation of Palestine,» Belal tellsMEMO.
Belal is a Palestinian artist who was born in Khan Yunis city in the southern Gaza Strip. He has been creating pieces made up of calligraphy for more than 15 years. «I started practicing this art when I…
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