Palestinian artist Majdal Nateel, painted the following images to commemorate 400 of the children who died in Gaza last summer - but she is not even permitted to leave Gaza to see them currently on display in London's King Cross, after they were bought back by the journalist Jon Snow last month.
Powerful stuff drawn on cement bag fragments, used to to deliver limited supplies of cement to families whose homes were bombed. Imaging the dreams and aspirations of the children who died. Ongoing restrictions of cement and other materials means that many children who survived the conflict are still without homes.l I hope the people of the UK will get to see these pictures and understand the terrible suffering that Israel has inflicted on innocent children.
The artist Majdal Nateel is 29. the mother of two young daughters, and lives in Gaza city. This exhibition gives her a rare chance to showcase her work outside Gaza. Respect to Jon Snow for bringing them over.