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Danish ‘martyr’ exhibit reported to police

In an exhibit partly inspired by Tehran’s Martyrs’ Museum, a Danish group of artists plans to include brothers Ibrahim and Khalid El-Bakraoui, who detonated bombs in the deadly Brussels attacks on March 22nd, and Foued Mohamed-Aggad, who blew himself up at Paris music venue Bataclan on November 14th.

The installation will have the look of a museum, using images of the “martyrs”, replicas of their belongings and plaques to explain who they are.

  • k2

    So, it’s not sufficient for Western society to take it up the rear: it also has to actively appreciate its own abasement, humiliation and destruction. To most of us, such an “artistic” display would be – at best – in poor taste and at worst, a sign of society’s ignorance of and cowardice toward the poisonous virus incubating in its midst. But clearly, artists are so much more perceptive, insightful and sensitive than the rest of us clods.

  • The Butterfly

    More vibrant multicultural diversity?

  • Minicapt

    “The exhibit is scheduled to go on display from May 26th until June 10th in a former abattoir in Kødbyen, Copenhagen’s trendy Meatpacking District.”
    … interesting location …