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Iranian, Arab artists unite in Damascus

In the run-up to the International Quds Day, Iranian and Arab artists are to create artworks in Damascus for an art exhibition.

In the run-up to the International Quds Day, Iranian and Arab artists are to create artworks in Damascus for an art exhibition. 

The event titled "Revenge is Inevitable" is organized by the Visual Arts Center of the Islamic Revolution Art Bureau in collaboration with two Syrian institutions.

It aims to express artistic solidarity with Palestinians.

The exhibition also commemorates the Iranian military advisors and their accompanying officers who lost their lives in a recent Israeli missile strike against the consular section of the Iranian embassy in the Syrian capital city of Damascus.

"Revenge is Inevitable" will take place at the Yarmouk Palestinian refugee camp, underlining the themes of unity and resistance.

The participating artists, including Masoud Nejabati from Iran, alongside Arab artists from Iraq, Algeria, Palestine, and Syria, will create visual arts on canvas during the two-day event.

The finished artworks are set to be publicly unveiled on the International Quds Day near the Iranian Embassy in Damascus.

International Quds Day is an annual pro-Palestinian event held on the last Friday of the Islamic holy month of Ramadan to express support for Palestinians and oppose Israel.

On Monday, Israeli warplanes bombed the Iranian consulate in Damascus, located next to the embassy building in Damascus.

The attack killed two senior Iranian military personnel who were on an advisory mission to Syria, as well as five of their accompanying officers.

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