May 26, 2014
Canadian Museum Honors Palestinian Terrorists
An art exhibit by a pro-Palestinian artist is glorifying several terrorists, some of whom murdered children in cold blood:
Toronto-based artist Rehab Nazzal created the exhibit, called "Invisible," which includes a piece called "Target," comprised of a series of projections against a white wall depicting what the artist calls "assassinated Palestinian figures." The exhibit booklet says the projections - which are flashed quickly on the wall making their written descriptions difficult to read - are of "lost artists, activists, writers and leaders." [...]
The pictures include the face of Salah Halef, or Abu Iyad, who founded the Black September terrorist group, which murdered 11 Israeli athletes and officials at the 1972 Summer Olympics in Munich, Germany.
Also projected on the wall is the face of Dalal Mughrabi, who led a 1978 bus hijacking in Israel that murdered 38 people, including 13 children.
Another mass-murderer honored by the exhibit is Khalil Nazzal, who was the mastermind of the Ma'alot school massacre that took place exactly 40 years ago this month, in which 22 children and 3 adults were murdered. According to the Israeli Embassy, the creator of the exhibit, Rehab Nazzal, is a relative of Khalil Nazzal.
(Hat Tip: TROP)