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    1. EMartineau 116 months ago | reply

      wow wow wow. amazing.

    2. tawfique [deleted] 116 months ago | reply


    3. Sky. 116 months ago | reply


    4. Monkey Magic 116 months ago | reply

      It really is unbelievable. I was in Israel a couple of weeks ago and definitely NOT on purpose took the road through the Territories past Beit Jala (the biggest refugee camp) and this ENORMOUS wall. I can't tell you how huge the wall is - it towers over everyone's houses. it is really intimidating. Plus there are tracks on boh sides and army watchtowers everywhere.

      From the Israeli side it looked like the perfect graffiti opportunity - but one to take veyr much at risk. he is one brave and thoughtful guy. I would say this was his best ever work.

    5. Trois Têtes (TT) 116 months ago | reply

      When I look at this it reminds me of the other recent graffitied wall in Berlin. That wall didn't solve anything, and this one wont either. Why is this not obvious?

    6. Monkey Magic 116 months ago | reply

      Whilst I disagree with it politically, it HAS actually solved the (albeit potentially short-term) problem of suicide bombers. People within Israel are going to cafes, taking buses etc.

      I do agree with you, though, that it hasn't sorted anything out in the long term.

    7. Bright Tal (Political) 116 months ago | reply

      MonkeyMagic - It's true that there have been less terrorist attacks, but I'm not sure that the Wall is the cause of that. It is still possible to enter Israel, and a determined bomber will find the way to do that (here's an example).

      Also, there are places where the wall divides Palestinian communities into two. The people on one side of the Wall still have access to Israel and can carry out terrorist attacks, if they wanted to.

      More importantly, the Wall can drive people into terrorism, as an act of despair.

      There may be other reasons for there being less terrorist attacks. I don't know what these reasons are.

    8. ~~Jo~~ [deleted] 115 months ago | reply


      Hope you don't mind, I've posted about it on my blog

    9. Trois Têtes (TT) 115 months ago | reply

      Hi Jo, Of course I don't mind. Enjoy your trip

    10. pardeshi [deleted] 96 months ago | reply


    11. kabukigirl2286 89 months ago | reply

      can you take me there? =]

    12. Manuel León Moreno 87 months ago | reply

      conocia este trabajo
      me ha gustado bverlo en fotos

    13. garethfw 82 months ago | reply

      Hi, I'm an admin for a group called The Best Urban Art, and we'd love to have this added to the group!

    14. Amanda Cross [deleted] 74 months ago | reply

      My dentist has that exact same beach scene as wallpaper in his office!

    15. marijadabetic 51 months ago | reply

      This piece was done on the Gaza about reachin the whole world....
      Ms Poppins

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