Artists add works every day to "Santa's Ghetto," an ongoing collaborative graffiti project near Bethlehem in the West Bank. A rat holding a slingshot, painted by the British graffiti artist Banksy, looks up at the separation wall.
Artists add works every day to "Santa's Ghetto," an ongoing collaborative graffiti project near Bethlehem in the West Bank. A rat holding a slingshot, painted by the British graffiti artist Banksy, looks up at the separation wall. Dion Nissenbaum / MCT
Artists add works every day to "Santa's Ghetto," an ongoing collaborative graffiti project near Bethlehem in the West Bank. A rat holding a slingshot, painted by the British graffiti artist Banksy, looks up at the separation wall. Dion Nissenbaum / MCT

Artists add protest work to Bethlehem's wall

December 10, 2007 03:25 PM

UPDATED December 10, 2007 07:16 PM

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