Images The Syrian Museum: Goya Graffiti of eL seed American University in Cairo, Gigi Ibrahim, Wikipedia Commons Hand grenade “For our hearts hung on the morning gallows with death at our side because we did not bow saluting,” Cairo, Egypt Arabian night mirror Second Avenue, East Village, New York City Skew Containers Clear pebble plates Caricatures of Gadafi in Taballino neighbourhood, Benghazi, Libya by Maher27777, Wikipedia Commons The Syrian Museum: Matisse Last Impulse By Ouahid Berrehouma – Own work, CC BY-SA 3.0, Wikimedia Commons Unattributed graffiti art in Tunisia, possibly. The Seal A graffiti mural in the Bushwick section of Brooklyn, New York. Teta tables East & East concept sketches Lebanese Kataeb Party, also known as the Phalanges Party, painted on a residential wall in Marjayoun, Lebanon Clear tea box The Syrian Museum: Gustav Klimt Arabesque modern armchair Flower Boquet A mortar shell The Taksim neighborhood of Istanbul, Turkey Syrian refugees in Jordan recreate historic monuments. Photo: Christopher Herwig. Nada Debs furniture and product design Yazen Mural Ornament shell casings Blockade Bethlehem wall with graffiti depicting Leila Khaled, Bluebird, Wikipedia Commons From an exhibition in Sweden. The Syrian Museum: Van Gogh 9th century Qur’an, an early kufic example from the Abbasid period The Bushwick section of Brooklyn, NY Inlaid panel detal, Turkish and Islamic Arts Museum. The Bushwick section of Brooklyn, NY Old Jerusalem graffiti map of Israel and Palestinian Flag. Brionv, Wikipedia Commons Reflections on Freedom of Speech My name is Palestine by EL Seed, Montreal, 2010, Wikipedia Commons The White Soldier getting suited up and painted The Bushwick section of Brooklyn, NY The Taksim neighborhood of Istanbul, Turkey On a Post Office window near the New Jersey Transit station, Maplewood, New Jersey Classic trays The White Soldier on the ground Arabesque modern armchair “The Military Lives. Freedom for Syria,” Cairo, Egypt “No stopping the Renaissance,” Cairo, Egypt Dirty Legacy The White Soldier on public transit The Bushwick section of Brooklyn, NY Family Photo Painting war objects with Arabesques Remembering Trayvon Martin. From Melrose and Fairfax. The Seal Photo: Jim Gordon, Wikimedia Commons via Flickr. Key Mural “Queens of Israel,” Chenspec, Wikipedia Commons The Taksim neighborhood of Istanbul, Turkey Transformed mortar The Taksim neighborhood of Istanbul, Turkey From an exhibition in Sweden. “When it will be…that qualified Individuals work [for] the security police? ‘It is the Work of God to see your work and His Messenger’s and the believers.’” Cairo, Egypt Family Photo A slain revolutionist with his living counterpart on a wall near Tahrir Square, Cairo, Egypt Israel-Palestine separation wall and watchtower, Ben Siesta, Wikipedia Commons Old Jerusalem, Brionv, Wikipedia Commons Yazen Mural The Bushwick section of Brooklyn, NY Roses Cabineet 2015-2016 Concert: Haifa Geometrik tray Ottoman tughra dating from the reign of Murad III, unknown author, M. Ugur Derman, Masterpieces of Ottoman Calligraphy, Sakıp Sabancı Museum, 2004, p.209 Transformed mortar 2016 European Tour: United Kingdom Yazen Mural Headquarters of the Tunisian General Union of Labor, place: “Mohamed Ali Al Hammi,” Wael Ghabara, Wikipedia Commons The Syrian Museum: Salvador Dali Photo: JJ & Special K, Wikipedia Commons via Flickr Banksy graffiti in Behtlahem, Pawel Ryszawa, Wikipedia Commons Mahmoud Hariri recreates a model of Palmyra using clay and wooden kebab skewers. Photo: Christopher Herwig. The Syrian Museum: Andy Warhol Separation wall in Israel-Palestine, ISM Palestine, Flickr The Syrian Museum: Gogan A construction wall at the 14th Street 1-2-3 MTA station, New York City Strand console The Syrian Museum: Mona Lisa “April 6th Youth Movement, Revolutionary Front,” Cairo, Egypt Mortor Rose One of the artist’s self portraits The White Soldier overlooking the Israeli-Palestinian landscape 14th Street, New York City Syrian refugees in Jordan recreate historic monuments. Photo: Christopher Herwig.