Bella Hadid cries for Palestine after being slapped for anti-Semitic rhetoric in the now-deleted message
Palestinian-Dutch supermodel Bella Hadid has been very vocal about her views on the ongoing geopolitical conflict between Israel and Palestine, even to a fault.
And on Saturday morning, she shared a sobbing selfie saying she felt a “ deep sense of pain ” for the people of Palestine as she continued to take sides – despite many calling her previous social media posts “ misinformed. ”
A few days ago, the 24-year-old daughter of multi-millionaire Mohamed Hadid (a Palestinian real estate developer) was convicted for sharing an image saying Israel was not a country for which she was accused of anti-Semitism.
Sobbing selfie: Bella Hadid, 24, posts sobbing selfie, talks about ‘deep sense of pain’ she feels for Palestine as she continues to take sides in the geopolitical conflict
Bella’s posted a close-up of her face with tears streaming down her cheeks as she continued to talk about the situation.
‘I feel a deep pain for Palestine and for my Palestinian brothers and sisters today and every day. watching these videos physically breaks my heart into 100 different pieces.
‘You cannot let yourself become insensitive to see how human life is being taken away. You just can’t. Palestinian lives are the lives that will help change the world. And they are taken from us every second. #Free Palestine ‘
Days ago, Bella found herself in hot water after sharing an image with anti-Semitic rhetoric, the multi-slide post saying Israel was not a land and a land inhabited by settlers.
Her post on the nation-state – founded in 1948 –would have fueled the highly charged situation and contributed to rising anti-Semitism on a global scale. In terms of number, Bella has 41.7 million Instagram followers – three times the number of Jews in the world.
Palestinian roots: Palestinian real estate daughter developed Mohamed and former real-life housewife Yolanda Hadid was beaten after sharing a now-deleted anti-Semitic post saying Israel was not a country days ago
Dangerous Rhetoric: Her post was said to ignite the highly charged geopolitical situation and contribute to rising anti-Semitism on a global scale
‘Israeli Colonization’: The supermodel shared an image of 10 slides stating that Israel was responsible for ‘ethnic cleansing’ and was not a land, but a land inhabited by settlers
Retracting Her Statements: The image caused her to get a lot of backlash online and asked her to remove it
Other social media accounts, including Refinery29, Diet Prada, and several celebrities, including Tracee Ellis Ross, also reposted it on Instagram.
‘There is NO room for this !!! Especially in 2021 !!!! it has always been #freepalestine. ALWAYS. I have a lot to say about this, but for now, read and educate yourself. This is not about religion. This is not about expressing hatred at one or the other. This is about Israeli colonization, ethnic cleansing, military occupation and apartheid about the Palestinian people that has been going on for YEARS, ”she wrote in the now-deleted post.
Sister Gigi Hadid was also accused of anti-Semitism on social media, to which she responded Saturday by posting a screenshot of her comments section.
One follower wrote on the post “Another Anti-Semitic Celebrity”, and someone else commented, “We will stay in Israel no matter how much you try to kill us, it’s our land and our land and we won’t give up on her. . ‘
Public Attitude: ‘I stand behind my Palestinian brothers and sisters, I will protect and support you as best I can,’ she said in her post
Firing back: Sister Gigi Hadid was also accused of anti-Semitism on social media, to which she responded Saturday by posting a screenshot of her comments section
Warming Up: A follower wrote on the post “ Another Anti-Semitic Celebrity, ” and someone else commented, “ We’ll stay in Israel no matter how much you try to kill us, it’s our land and our land and we won’t give up on her ”
Model Daughters: The famous sisters are Palestinian and Dutch, and both have become two of the world’s most in-demand supermodels; pictured February 2020
Gigi shot back: ‘I condemn anti-Semitism. “I” am not trying to kill you, and I would never want to. I don’t wish for more deaths for Israelis, just as I feel for Palestinians. What I do want are equal rights for Palestinians.
She continued: “There are also Jewish Palestinians and Christian Palestinians, as there was, in addition to my father’s Muslim Palestinian family when he was born in Palestine in 1948. I wish you peace. ‘
Her baby father Zayn – who is Pakistani and British – also gave his two cents when he shared an image that read, ‘What is happening in Sheik Jarrah’, while demanding ‘human rights’ for all Palestinians.
Jerusalem’s Sheikh Jarrah neighborhood has become a battleground after an Israeli court ruled whether they would uphold the expulsion of Palestinian families from the area on Monday, May 10.
Sheikh Jarrah: Gigi Hadid’s baby daddy Zayn Malik also spoke out about the conflict, sharing an image about the situation in Sheik Jarrah
Statistics: And Bella continued to try to enlighten her followers with more information as she shared a message for the past 12 years about ‘fake news’ with death tolls against both Palestine and Israel.
The case was delayed to 30 days so that Attorney General Avichai Mandelblit could review the case.
The Israeli government, in turn, has argued that the case was a “private real estate dispute between the Palestinian families and a mysterious Jewish settler group.” New York Times, but tensions continue to flare up with violence on both sides, including air strikes
As of Monday, Palestinians say that at least 139 people, including 39 children, have been murdered in Gaza and that Israel has reported 10 deaths per person. Reuters. And the conflict has spread across the US as well, with protests from both sides at the national level.
And on May 14, Bella continued to try to enlighten her followers with more information as she shared a report for the past 12 years about death toll “ fake news ” in both Palestine and Israel.
‘If someone comes back to me to talk about’ fake news’ … you can’t fake kids and families being murdered, you just can’t fake these videos. You cannot falsify statistics. You just can’t, ‘she wrote.
Large family: The Hadid siblings have all spoken out about the conflict via social media, including sisters Alana and Marielle, while continuing to express pride in their Palestinian heritage