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A Palestinian Woman Spent 20 Straight Months In Her Room Creating Art

The first day Palestinian artist Nidaa Badwan locked herself in her 100-square-foot room was Nov. 19, 2013. The day before, she had been harassed and assaulted by Hamas officers in Gaza, which Badwan has called home since 1998. The officers approached Badwan while she was leading a youth arts workshop, reportedly criticizing her clothing, taunting her, and eventually hitting her.
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