Israeli artist mocks Netanyahu in ‘Last Supper’ installation
02 August 2020 | 7:00 am
An Israeli artist mocks Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu in a re-enactment of "The Last Supper" installed in central Tel Aviv, a day after people protesting against him in the city were beaten and bloodied.
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