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Ramallah-based artist Khaled Jarrar, recognized for staging political protests by way of conceptual artworks, has created a new NFT that goals to convey consideration to the annexation of land in Palestine. Titled If I don’t steal your house someone else will steal it, the work is accompanied by a physical jar of soil of the area. “The project is borne from day by day walks round mountains of the occupied Palestine, where Israeli settlers proceed to seize land and forestall farmers and hikers from accessing what is rightfully […] ours,” Jarrar stated in an announcement. Bidding is now open for the NFT on the blockchain website Zora, and a half of the proceeds shall be used to fund tree and olive planting initiatives in Palestine. Turner Prize–nominated artist Lawrence Abu Hamdan, who is known for mapping the connection between sound and army motion in his work, has used his Instagram to share stay reviews from fellow artists in Palestine. On his account, Palestinian artist Inas Halabi broadcast footage of a police crackdown within the metropolis of Haifa that happened after Israeli forces stormed the Al-Aqsa Mosque, firing rubber bullets and tear gas at civilian worshippers.

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