French Jews have expressed anger over an exhibition by photographer Ahlam Shibli
that opened May 28 in a Paris state-funded museum and shows images of Arab
terrorist suicide bombers before they are about to embark on rampages to kill Jews and Israelis.

Sixty-eight photos make up the exhibit called
“Death,” mostly showing the terrorists with their crying families before they leave, or images of
the mens’ crying mothers after their deaths. The museum stated that the photos
depict “the struggles of those who lost their lives fighting against the
occupation, and the efforts of Palestinian society to preserve their presence.”

“You have the right to be shocked when an
apology for terrorists is made in the heart of Paris. And to think
this is a state-funded museum,” said Roger Cukierman, president of CRIF, the
umbrella group of French Jewish organizations according to the Israel National News. France’s cultural
minister Aurélie Filipetti admitted finding the exhibit distasteful but
insisted no one can place “limits to freedom of expression.”

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Source: JNS.org


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