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Paintings by Sliman Mansour With the Song „Baghranni“ ( I Sing) by Amal Murkus

Sliman Mansour (Arabic: سليمان منصور‎, born 1947), is a Palestinian painter, considered an important figure among contemporary Palestinian artists. Mansour is considered an artist of the intifada whose work gave visual expression to the cultural concept of sumud.[1]

In 1988 he made a series of four painting on destroyed Palestinian villages, the four villages being Yibna, Yalo, Imwas and Bayt Dajan.[2]

He is a co-author of Both Sides of Peace: Israeli and Palestinian Political Poster Art, published in 1998 by the Contemporary Art Museum with University of Washington Press.

 

Amal Murkus (Arabic: أمل مرقس‎) is a Palestinian singer who lives and performs in Israel.[1] Her post-modern music style has a variety of Mediterranean influences. Her first album, Amal, was released in 1998, and her second, Shauq, in 2004. Her songs take inspiration by Palestinian folklore, traditional Arabic heritage, and pop music elements, and express the struggle against the marginalization and exclusion that Arab Palestinian culture feels.cit req

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