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Art Students Draw Paintings on Ruins of Yarmouk Camp

Published : 14-08-2018

Art Students Draw Paintings on Ruins of Yarmouk Camp

A so-called “Art is Hope” event was staged by Nour Association for Relief and Development. 13 art students drew paintings depicting the damage wrought on Yarmouk Camp by the deadly warfare.

Activists slammed the move, which they said stirs the wrath of Yarmouk residents who seek to return to their homes at the soonest time possible.

The activists added that Yarmouk Camp should not be used as “a field of experience and training”; rather serious efforts should be made by UNRWA and the Syrian government to reconstruct the camp and allow civilians a safe access to their homes.

Mustafa Abu AlJadayel, from Nour Association, said the event aims at boosting hope among the residents to allow them to go on as days pass by very difficult and very heavy in the camp.

According to Abu AlJadayel, the paintings will be put on display at an exhibition set to be staged on Saturday.

Short URL : http://www.actionpal.org.uk/en/post/7558

A so-called “Art is Hope” event was staged by Nour Association for Relief and Development. 13 art students drew paintings depicting the damage wrought on Yarmouk Camp by the deadly warfare.

Activists slammed the move, which they said stirs the wrath of Yarmouk residents who seek to return to their homes at the soonest time possible.

The activists added that Yarmouk Camp should not be used as “a field of experience and training”; rather serious efforts should be made by UNRWA and the Syrian government to reconstruct the camp and allow civilians a safe access to their homes.

Mustafa Abu AlJadayel, from Nour Association, said the event aims at boosting hope among the residents to allow them to go on as days pass by very difficult and very heavy in the camp.

According to Abu AlJadayel, the paintings will be put on display at an exhibition set to be staged on Saturday.

Short URL : http://www.actionpal.org.uk/en/post/7558