Lushsux crowdsourced ideas of what to paint on the wall.
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Recently daubed graffiti on the Israeli wall cutting off the occupied West Bank lambastes United States President Donald Trump and Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg. The work has appeared in recent days after secretive Australian artist Lushsux crowdsourced ideas for what to paint on the controversial separation wall, which in many areas cuts through Palestinian territory.Residents and visitors warned the art – much of which is not explicitly about the Israeli-Palestinian conflict – risks undermining the purpose of painting on the wall.One painting depicts Trump penning a letter to the rapper Eminem, alongside a caption from his 2000 hit song "Stan," in which Eminem is stalked by a superfan. Visitors said Wednesday they were concerned Lushsux's art didn't highlight Israeli policies.Bethlehem resident Khader Jacaman said there was "no relationship" between the art depicting Clinton and Trump and the Palestinian cause.
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