Palestinian artist sees past disability for love of art

Palestinian Husam Hudeyir who is physically disabled, has a passion for paintings which surprises those who follow him.  The long years spent on a wheelchair has not been able to separate him from his biggest passion.

Palestinian artist sees past disability for love of art

World Bulletin / News Desk

Hosam Hudeyir who is physically disabled, has a passion for paintings which surprises those who follow him. The long years spent on a wheelchair has not been able to separate him from his biggest passion.   Even though he is unable to move  his arms and legs due to his muscle failure, he has  transferred onto canvas all that his imagination has offered him.  With time his paint brush and paints have become his best friend.  

Husam Hudeyir has attached himself to life by not giving up on painting, although he has had physical problems due to the fact that from a young age his  hands and feet muscles have been weakening.  Husam Hudeyir who is continuing his paintings with the support of his family and relatives, sometimes portrays the Palestinian villagers in the olive fields and sometimes portrays   Al-Aqsa Mosque.

On the other hand there are about 140 thousand disabled people in Palestine.  Ramallah governance who is experiencing difficulties due to infrastructure problems, poverty and occupation is finding it hard to set aside a budget for the education of the disabled.  For this reason Husam is calling out to the moslems of the world: 'I had to leave school in 7th grade.  At that time i had no wheelchair and was finding it difficult to go to school.  I have a message for all the Arab and Moslem world.  Take more care for us.  We also have targets, things we want to achieve.  However we can not do this on our own.  We need support.'

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Güncelleme Tarihi: 30 Eylül 2016, 10:27
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