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February 4, 2004
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British Jewry’s central group complained to Christian Aid about a London art exhibit the charity sponsored. The Board of Deputies said “The Inconvenience of History,” a series of paintings by John Keane, amounted to a propaganda display with a distinctly pro-Palestinian voice, and asked if the charity had “any intention of displaying the tragic aftermath of terror attacks upon the Israeli population of Jews, Muslims and Christians.”

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