Lebanese-American pornstar Mia Khalifa incites anger online in tweet mocking Israel

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‘My wine is older than your apartheid state’: Lebanese-American porn star Mia Khalifa sparks online anger after drinking ‘Nazi-era wine’ in tweet mocking Israel

  • Mia Khalifa posted a pro-Palestinian tweet alongside images of her drinking wine
  • ‘My wine is older than your apartheid state,’ she wrote in the social media post
  • The post was criticized by some who noted that the 1943 wine was dated and contained champagne produced in Nazi-occupied France

Lebanese-American pornstar Mia Khalifa has made waves online after she mocked Israel in a tweet showing her wine.

‘My wine is older than your apartheid state,’ she wrote next to the images.

The 28-year-old has expressed support for Palestinians on social media since the cross-border violence between Israel and Gaza broke out earlier this month. During the 11-day conflict between Israel and the Palestinian political and military group Hamas, at least 242 people were murdered in Gaza and 13 in Israel.

Lebanese-American pornstar Mia Khalifa has sparked controversy online for a pro-Palestinian tweet alongside photos of her drinking wine

Lebanese-American pornstar Mia Khalifa has sparked controversy online for a pro-Palestinian tweet alongside photos of her drinking wine

Khalifa has expressed support for Palestinians on social media since transnational violence broke out between Israel and Gaza earlier this month.

Khalifa has expressed support for Palestinians on social media since transnational violence broke out between Israel and Gaza earlier this month.

'My wine is older than your apartheid state,' she wrote next to the images

‘My wine is older than your apartheid state,’ she wrote next to the images

Some noted online that one of the bottles for Khalifa was dated 1943 and contained champagne produced in Nazi-occupied France.

Jewish Twitter user Hen Mazzig wrote: ‘You drink wine made in 1943 by Nazi occupied France, while denying thousands of years of Jewish history in our ancestral homeland. Glad you found the perfect combination for your anti-Semitism! ‘

Khalifa’s latest tweet has been criticized online, with the comment from Jonah Goldberg, editor-in-chief of Dispatch: “ I love how Israel haters cast it as a young person.

Yes, the modern state of Israel was founded in ’48 – but that’s 10 years of Iraq and five years before Egypt. The of Israel (and Egypt) are old. ‘

Khalifa's latest tweet has been criticized online, with the comment from Jonah Goldberg, editor-in-chief of Dispatch: `` I love how Israel haters cast it as a young person.  Yes, the modern state of Israel was founded in '48 - but that's 10 years of Iraq and five years before Egypt.  The of Israel (and Egypt) are old '

Khalifa’s latest tweet has been criticized online, with the comment from Jonah Goldberg, editor-in-chief of Dispatch: “ I love how Israel haters cast it as a young person. Yes, the modern state of Israel was founded in ’48 – but that’s 10 years of Iraq and five years before Egypt. The of Israel (and Egypt) are old ‘

Mia Khalifa is one of PornHub's hottest stars and is no stranger to expressing her political beliefs online

Mia Khalifa is one of PornHub’s hottest stars and is no stranger to expressing her political beliefs online

In February, she joined Rihanna's niece Greta Thunberg and Kamala Harris to draw attention to the massive rallies led by farmers who fear new reforms will favor big businesses at the expense of smaller producers.

In February, she joined Rihanna’s niece Greta Thunberg and Kamala Harris to draw attention to the massive rallies led by farmers who fear new reforms will favor big businesses at the expense of smaller producers.

British commentator Darren Grimes wrote: ‘She should try to drink that wine in Gaza and see how fast she flees to Tel Aviv’,

Khalifa, one of PornHub’s hottest stars, stands up for her political beliefs and has previously spoken out on Instagram and Twitter after India cut off the internet to the protesters.

In February, she joined Rihanna, Greta Thunberg and Kamala Harris’s niece to draw attention to the massive rallies led by farmers who fear new reforms will benefit big businesses at the expense of smaller producers.

Khalifa wrote in an Instagram story, ‘India has cut the internet around New Delhi amid a peasant protest, what the hell is going on?’

She then said on Twitter, targeting people who questioned the legitimacy of the protests, “Paid actors,” huh? Kinda the casting director, I hope they don’t get overlooked during the award season. I support the farmers. #FarmersProtest. ‘

Her tweet was labeled ‘irresponsible’ by Indian authorities who accused ‘foreign individuals’ and celebrities of ‘sensationalism’.

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