The installation -- which shows Joseph, Mary and baby Jesus in front of a bullet-scarred concrete wall -- is on display at the artist's hotel in Bethlehem.
The Claremont United Methodist Church in California made a statement with their depiction of the "most well-known refugee family in the world."
"I felt it should be returned to the rightful owner."
St. Susanna’s Rev. Steve Josoma said the Massachusetts church's Nativity display puts a “mirror image of the world into the stable.”
This Bethlehem is a fundraising project for a local school playground.
They’re hoping to spark change, the pastor said, because "this is not the picture of Christmas peace."
The comedian was "beaming" at her neighbor's holiday display.
Because Jesus came from an untraditional family, too.
Some of these put the "No" in Noel.
"This year’s pole is shorter, a shout-out to Donald’s tiny hands."