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Updated 18 November 2019

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Some of the art work were done by Said Fouad Mahmoud, a graffiti artist who has been practicing for 11 years. The works of Palestinian Beirut-based artist Abdul Rahman Katanani could also be seen. Many of the progressive-graffiti-laden walls fall under the umbrella of Iman Nasreddine Assaf’s Art of Change initiative, which she founded in May in partnership with local Beirut-based NGO Ahla Fawda and UK-based Where There’s Walls. Art of Thawra (Art of Revolution), an Instagram page, have shared pictures of the graffiti.