When I landed in Berlin on April 4th, I realized that it was the first time since the murder of Juliano Mer Khamis that I wouldn’t be holding a memorial service for him. I thought that I would buy a bottle of Black Label on the plane, Jul’s favorite whiskey, and down it that same night with Mariam Abu Khaled, his wonderful student who today is a successful actress in Berlin’s Maxim Gorki Theater. Juliano’s murder five years ago in front of the Freedom Theater in Jenin refugee camp, which he established with love and endless talent, changed our life completely. The sound of those five bullets piercing through the air and hitting his body still echoes in my head today — its ripples inform my political and artistic work today. As I landed in Berlin, a Palestinian friend of mine invited us to an event in honor of Juliano. Before I go on, let me first introduce Mariam Abu Khaled, an Afro-Palestinian actress from Jenin refugee camp. A wonderful person whom Juliano took under his wing when she was just 17. Mariam conquered the stage from the very first moment. I first met her when I moved in with Jul at the refugee camp, while we worked on “Alice in Wonderland,” in which Mariam played the evil Red Queen. When Juliano was murdered, we were left traumatized and orphaned. They became refugees for a second time, and I was an Asheknazi Israeli Jew in a Palestinian city. We felt Juliano was with us the entire time. If at first we thought we had to fight to commemorate him, now it is clear that there are many communities that remember him and continue making sure to maintain the connection between high quality art and radical politics. Or like we said in the Freedom Theater: quality is resistance. Five years without Juliano. Mariam and I are sitting at the memorial event in Berlin. On the wall is a slide with a photo of Jul, we’re surrounded by Palestinians, most of whom we hadn’t met before (and we thought we knew most of the activist community). Mariam choked up and couldn’t speak, I said very little. Then we suddenly realized that the Palestinians sitting with us are from Yarmouk refugee camp in Syria, and that Germany had granted them asylum after fleeing the massacres at the hands of ISIS. A Palestinian friend from Acre who was with us asked about her family members in Yarmouk. Source: 972mag.com
Juliano's murder five years ago in front of the Freedom Theater in Jenin refugee camp, which he established with love and endless talent, changed our life completely. The sound of those five bullets piercing through the air and hitting his body still
Juliano Mer-Khamis, an Israeli actor, filmmaker, and the founder and director of The Jenin Freedom Theater was shot five times and killed in Jenin by Palestinian terrorists. Egyptian New Media artist, Ahmed Basiony, was shot dead by the Egyptian
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Juliano Mer-Khamis; Born: Juliano Khamis (1958-05-29) 29 May 1958 Nazareth, Israel: Died: 4 April 2011 (2011-04-04) (aged 52) Jenin, West Bank: Cause of death
On 4 April 2011, Juliano Mer-Khamis left the Freedom Theatre in Jenin refugee camp. A man came out of an alleyway, shot him five times, then walked back down the alley.
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