Trump, Zuckerberg, Clinton show up in new West Bank graffiti murals

Palestinian girls walk past political graffiti Wednesday by Australian artist Lushsux featuring Hillary Clinton and U.S. President Donald Trump on the Israeli separation wall in Bethlehem. Photo by Debbie Hill/UPI

Oct. 18 (UPI) — A noted Australian graffiti artist known as Lushsux created new murals Wednesday on the West Bank’s security barrier wall.

The street artist painted murals depicting U.S. President Donald Trump, Facebook chief Mark Zuckerberg, former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton and comedian Larry David, among others.

Lushsux added bubble quotes to the artworks, including an image of actor Morgan Freeman with words from civil rights leader Nelson Mandela: “We know too well that our freedom is incomplete without the freedom of the Palestinians.”

Another political mural shows Hillary Clinton asking, “what happened?” — to which Trump answers, “I happened.”

One mural depicts Trump writing a letter to rapper Eminem, using the artists own lyrics after the singer’s viral takedown of the president earlier this week.

Zuckerberg, meanwhile, was cited as the “Founder of Myspace.” The billionaire and philanthropist, however, actually founded Facebook.

Many of the murals contain images from the animated sitcom Rick and Morty. Characters from the show often give politically charged messages, including the idea of solving the “whole damn Middle East crisis.”


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