Since the beginning of the Sheikh Jarrah neighborhood crisis, many from different regions of the world have tried to offer their condolences in special ways and in what each one of them excels in, and a number of artists and illustrators have gone to social networking sites to express their solidarity with expressive drawings declaring their standing with the Palestinian people, and thousands of people have participated in these Business through networking sites.
The paintings will not save children from bombs, they will not protect the Palestinians from bullets, and they will not give them new homes, but they will offer condolences and increase the collective awareness of the issue and live until after the end of the crisis, to tell people and new generations what the Palestinians have suffered, including the people of the Sheikh Jarrah neighborhood in occupied East Jerusalem. Read also Al-Jazeera enters the Sheikh Jarrah neighborhood and meets families threatened with losing their homes He said it was an unintended mistake. Instagram apologizes for not showing stories from Sheikh Jarrah Prayer and the Qur’an in paintings .. How did the ancient Muslims live the atmosphere of Ramadan?Priceless documentary records … Feast paintings of the nineteenth century
The Palestinian Hanin Nazzal has so far published more than 10 cartoons about Palestine and the Sheikh Jarrah neighborhood. Like most artists, she used the phrase “We will not leave” that spread over the past few days on the neighborhood’s walls. She also repainted one of the pictures of the resistance youth in this neighborhood resisting the occupation, where he stood in the face of individuals The Israeli army is strong and defiant.
Hanin wrote, “This land will not accommodate two identities, either we or us.”
Lebanese Nour Fleihan presented a painting in the colors of the Palestinian flag, in which she drew a woman crying and wearing green and carrying a paper on which he wrote “We will not leave” with the background of the Al-Aqsa Mosque, and hands raised to the sky, and the artist also presented many expressive drawings and paintings in many events, including the Lebanese revolution and various events For women’s issues and racism.
From Jordan, designers Muthanna Hussein and Hadi Aladdin, who work together at the Jordanian design studio “Workshop”, presented a simple design for Palestine with the hashtag “#save sheikh jarrah” (Save the Sheikh Jarrah neighborhood). The design went viral, garnered more than 75,000 likes on Instagram and was reposted by many followers, including some celebrities such as Dua Lipa and Anwar Hadid. They also wrote a simple, expressive text with the leaflet introducing the Kurdish family.
We will not leave
The American designer and illustrator of Palestinian origin, Shirin, published many cartoons supporting the issue of Sheikh Jarrah and Palestine during the past week, and used words expressing her feelings about what is happening to her homeland.
You wrote, “Imagine you find yourself surrounded by a group of armed forces, with their rifles and fists imposing themselves on your body, and from afar you hear the screams of your friends and family. Everyone is forced to leave their homes, and the neighborhood is violently emptied to be replaced by the settlers who say: If you don’t steal (your house).” Someone else will. ” Through other publications, Shirin spoke about the nakba and its roots in the lands of Majdal Yaba and Qaloun, and supported it with expressive drawings.