Roger Waters sprays graffiti about Bethlehem

British rock legend Roger Waters, co-founder of the group Pink Floyd, spray paints graffiti against Israel's separation barrier surrounding the West Bank town of Bethlehem before a concert. The date was July 7, 2006, and the place given is Rotterdam, The Netherlands -- so apparently he's protesting the Bethlehem barrier, but is not *in* the region at that moment. Our best guess for what he's writing here is "Hey Ohlmert leave that land alone!" That would be a reference to the lyrics of the Pink Floyd song "The Wall": "Hey, teachers, leave those kids alone." Ehud Olmert was Israel's prime minister from January 2006 to March 2009.

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