While some celebrities have expressed support for the Israelis following the Hamas terror attack, others have deleted their posts from social media.
Kylie Jenner has been criticized for posting and then deleting a photo showing her supportIsraelis following a Hamas terror attack. The 26-year-old shared a “story” that read: “Now and forever, we stand with the Israeli people! »
Kim Kardashian’s little sister deleted her Instagram post within an hour following negative reactions from her 400 million subscribers.
Netizens speculated that the news may have caused tension between Kylie Jenner and her friend Bella Hadid, whose father, Mohammed, is Palestinian. However, Caitlyn and Kris Jenner and Khloe and Kourtney Kardashian shared a message of support.
Eva Longoria published various “stories” in reaction to the Hamas attack that killed more than 700 Israelis. Chrissy Teigen, Nina Dobrev, Brooklyn Beckham and his wife Nicola Peltz He shared some words.
Shout out to Gerard Dorman
On the French side, Gerard Dorman thanked those who left “2000 followers [son] The wall because of the flag of Israel. Things are clear,” he wrote this Monday.
Carla Bruni-Sarkozy shares video of Israeli teenager kidnapped by Hamas She also posted a photo of her husband and the president during his visit to Israel in June 2008.
Gilles Lellouche retweeted a message from Delphine Horvilleur, denouncing those who praise the “petty excuse” or Hamas’ “heroism” and “resistance.”
Geraldine Nakache and Kev Adams share Joanne Sfar’s interpretation of the Hebrew word for “living.” Elsa Zylberstein, Patrick Bruel, Estelle Lefébure, Cristina Cordula, Karine Ferri and Arthur also provided support.
As a reminder, 413 Palestinians have been killed in the Hamas-controlled Gaza Strip since 2007. Local authorities announced on Sunday that 2,300 people had been injured.
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