Laylac Center has conducted an artistic intiative during the occasion of the Land Day in Alwalaja Village in Bethlehem. Alwalaja is a half confiscated village sorounded by Israeli Settlements and its lands are threatened by the Separation wall. In this context, laylac center has corporated with Badil center and Anssar center (a local center in the village) in order to draw a mural which commemorates the Land Day. Therefore, the mural has contained elements that portraties a Palestinian farmer cultivating his land with this wife. The murals has many social, gender, and political aspects are relevant to the domestic political areana. Moreover, the mural seeks to empower people understanding of the values of their lands in order to protect them. In addition to that, this murals urges people to respect their original hiratage and cultures. The mural was drawn by a group of volunteers from the art department at Laylac. And Ahmed Hmeedat was the artist who supervised the mural’s workshop.