While Tim Graham and his wife were vacationing in Venice
, they sojourned through a garden that was being spoiled by an alleged art exhibit by some propagandist named Bashir Makhoul, and:
...this motley collection of cardboard questioned Israeli (and Western) colonialism. It also carried a bit of Occupy Wall Street in its overtones.
It's also been supported by the American University of Cairo. And it's a disgrace to Italy as much as to Israel, and sullies the space it's in.
Labels: anti-americanism, anti-semitism, dhimmitude, Egypt, islam, Israel, Italy, United States