The way he expresses his strong criticism using also a good dosage of sense of humor on very delicate and serious issues mostly related to religion is amazingly impressive and powerful but his paintings are just a small part of the whole experience. You visit his atelier, you talk to him, listen to his approach to contemporary politics and religion, you learn about the problems of the geography and read his poems. Basically you enter the world of an artist who thinks about his culture, his people and his country at least for half an hour and then all his works start to make more sense to you.
I brought one of his beautiful paintings back home. Now every time I look at it I remember him, Palestine and Damascus through his eyes. For any reason if anybody ends up in this amazing city and in this unreal neighborhood find him. I hope he will be still there when I am back... There are so many new things to talk.