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Tiffany Haddish is SLAMMED on social media as tone-deaf as she heads to Israel in first-class on fact-finding mission about Hamas conflict

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Tiffany Haddish, 44, faced criticism on social media Tuesday when she shared a clip from the first-class cabin of a flight bound for Israel, where she said she was visiting to better understand her ongoing conflict with Hamas.

Tiffany Haddish faced criticism on social media on Tuesday when she shared a clip from the first-class cabin of a flight bound for Israel, where she said she was visiting to better understand her ongoing conflict with Hamas.

Haddish, 44, spoke to her more than 7.4 million Instagram followers while relaxing in business class and sipping orange juice.

Haddish noted that she was “a terrible sleeper” and had planned to rest during the 16-hour flight that awaited her as she left Los Angeles.

The Emmy-winning actress and comedian said she planned to visit places including Tel Aviv, Jerusalem and the Dead Sea in an effort to gain more insight into the conflict, which began Oct. 7 after Hamas devastated a music festival in the south. of Israel, massacring some 1,200 people. people and taking another 250 hostages.

“This is an educational trip for me… I’m going to learn about politics,” Haddish said. “Look, I feel like I can’t believe I see everything on the internet… I need to go see it for myself, I’m one of those people.”

Tiffany Haddish, 44, faced criticism on social media Tuesday when she shared a clip from the first-class cabin of a flight bound for Israel, where she said she was visiting to better understand her ongoing conflict with Hamas.

Haddish spoke to her more than 7.4 million Instagram followers while relaxing in business class and sipping orange juice.

Haddish spoke to her more than 7.4 million Instagram followers while relaxing in business class and sipping orange juice.

And she added: “I’m going to go see for myself, I’m going to go see, I’m going to see everything, I’m going to ask questions, I’m going to see with my own eyes.”

Haddish said she doesn’t “believe everything” she sees on social media, citing her own personal experiences where information posted about her turned out to be incorrect.

She said: “I know a lot of things on social media aren’t true because… I see things people say about me and I live my life; I’m living my life and I’m like, ‘That’s not what I do.'” I said that is not true”.

Haddish said she wanted to form her own opinion based on experience before speaking publicly on the issue, adding that she has personally heard from people on both sides of the conflict.

“I’ll go see and then I’ll tell you what I think, I’ll go see with my own eyes,” Haddish said.

Haddish said she “didn’t like” the things she had seen online about the ongoing conflict and that she felt it was safe to travel to Israel after seeing others do so.

‘I know a lot of people who have gone; A lot of people left and then came back alive, came back well,” he said. ‘So I want to go see, I want to go see, we’ll see what it is and I’ll show you something while I’m there.

‘I’m going to go talk to people, I’m going to find out why this is happening. Why is this happening?’

A photograph taken on Tuesday in southern Israel shows destroyed buildings in the Gaza Strip amid ongoing battles between Israel and the Palestinian militant group Hamas.

A photograph taken on Tuesday in southern Israel shows destroyed buildings in the Gaza Strip amid ongoing battles between Israel and the Palestinian militant group Hamas.

The Emmy-winning actress and comedian said she planned to visit places such as Tel Aviv, Jerusalem and the Dead Sea in an effort to gain more knowledge about the conflict.

The Emmy-winning actress and comedian said she planned to visit places such as Tel Aviv, Jerusalem and the Dead Sea in an effort to gain more knowledge about the conflict.

Haddish said that

Haddish said no.

Haddish said she “didn’t like” the things she had seen online about the ongoing conflict and that she felt it was safe to travel to Israel after seeing others do so.

One user pointed out how Haddish's lavish travel (

One user pointed out how Haddish’s lavish travel (“First class, I see”) undermined the devastation of the ongoing conflict.

One commenter said Haddish was

One commenter said Haddish was “clowning around for clout” with the international trip.

Among the torrent of reactions, one commenter suggested Haddish take the matter more seriously.

Among the torrent of reactions, one commenter suggested Haddish take the matter more seriously.

In response to a commenter who asked her why she wasn’t going to the Gaza Strip, Haddish responded: ‘Who said I wasn’t going to Gaza?

‘I said I was going to see it with my own eyes, that I had to go to Israel first and isn’t Gaza in Israel? Isn’t it all on the same little piece of land, the same… surrounded by water? (Gaza borders Israel and Egypt).

The comments section was a mixed bag of reactions, with some wishing him a safe journey and others saying he was behaving too arrogantly as he headed to the battle-torn region.

One user noted how Haddish’s lavish travel – ‘First class, I see’ – undermined the devastation of the ongoing conflict, while another commenter suggested Haddish take the matter more seriously. Another commenter said Haddish was “clowning around to gain clout” with the international trip.

One user advised Haddish to visit the entire region to get the full story.

‘Go to Gaza. Not just Tel Aviv,” the user stated. ‘Then he comes back and reports. Otherwise, it’s like going to Wall Street and saying you’ve seen all of New York.’

Many users expressed their personal political opinions on the conflict regarding Haddish’s travels.

“The fact that you can fly and ‘vacation’ in Israel but Gaza is practically destroyed gives you all the information you really need,” the user said. “This is not a war, it is a genocide.”

Another said: ‘Yes, I’m out.’ You are on the wrong side of history,” says the hashtag #FREEPALESTINE.

Some commenters expressed disgust at Haddish's behavior, while others wished her well.

Some commenters expressed disgust at Haddish’s behavior, while others wished her well.

The comments section was a mixed bag of reactions, with some saying he seemed too arrogant on his trip to the battle-torn region.

The comments section was a mixed bag of reactions, with some saying he seemed too arrogant on his trip to the battle-torn region.

One user said: ‘Do some work to learn about the harms of white supremacy and settler colonialism in Palestine. White Europeans stole land from indigenous Palestinians and murdered or displaced most of them.

‘Palestinians continue to live under occupation and colonialism to this day. Palestinians continue to be subjected to ethnic cleansing by the Israelis. “We are witnessing live a genocide committed by the Israeli army against the Palestinian people.”

Another user said: ‘Girl you better be joking.’ “This shit is not fun and it is very disappointing.”

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