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Samah al-Azza, 13, created this painting for an exhibit at Brandeis that was later removed.

Brandeis pulls artwork by Palestinian youths

School says show was one-sided

By Michael Levenson
Globe Staff / May 3, 2006

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A bulldozer menaces a girl with ebony pigtails, who lies in a pool of blood. A boy with an amputated leg balances on a crutch, in a tent city with a Palestinian flag. A dove, dripping blood, perches against blue barbed wire. (Full article: 897 words)

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