Gal Gadot calls for end to ‘vicious cycle’ of Israeli-Hamas violence – fr

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Gal Gadot calls for end to ‘vicious cycle’ of Israeli-Hamas violence – fr


Gal Gadot is ‘worried’ about her family in Israel (Photo: Getty Images)

Gal Gadot has shared her “sorrow” at the growing violence between Israel and Hamas and admits that she is “worried for her family.”

The Israel-born Wonder Woman actress has joined a growing number of celebrities including Gigi and Bella Hadid to talk about the airstrikes, which have left at least 35 Palestinians dead.

In a social media post, Gal wrote, “My heart is breaking. My country is at war. I worry about my family, my friends. I worry about my people.

“It’s a viscous cycle that has gone on for too long. Israel deserves to live as a free and secure nation, our neighbors deserve the same.

She added, “I pray for the victims and their families, I pray that this unimaginable hostility will end, I pray that our leaders find the solution so that we can live side by side in peace.

“I pray for better days.

Gal, 36, has previously spoken of his childhood in Israel and his enlistment in the military. She told Forward.com in 2011: “My parents are sabras. I was born in Tel Aviv and had a normal life until I was 18, just before I was due to enter the military, when I won the [2004] Miss Israel contest.

“It was my entry into the modeling world. I postponed my time in the military and started working as a model [for three years]. Then I entered the army and served as [fitness] instructor, and when I was released I was lucky my first photo was Fast & Furious.

Hostilities between Israel and Hamas, the Palestinian Islamist group that rules Gaza, escalated, with each side launching a series of airstrikes in some of the region’s worst violence since the last major conflict in 2014.

In the aftermath of the violence, Gigi and Hadid, whose father Mohamed is Palestinian, took to social media to stand with the Palestinian people and explain the situation to their supporters.

Bella, 24, shared an infographic explaining the conflict between Palestine and Israel and wrote, “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 on and educate yourself. It is not about religion. It’s not about spitting hatred on one or the other.

“It is about Israeli colonization, ethnic cleansing, military occupation and apartheid of the Palestinian people which has lasted for years! ”

She added, “I am with my Palestinian brothers and sisters, I will protect and support you as best I can. I love you.’

Israel and Hamas are said to be heading for “all-out war” (Photo: Getty Images)

Gigi, 26, posted another graphic which read: “You cannot advocate for racial equality, LGBT and women’s rights, condemn corrupt and abusive regimes and other injustices while choosing to ignore the Palestinian oppression. Something is wrong.

“You cannot choose the human rights that matter most. “

The model also shared a passport photo of her father Mohamed with the caption: “Place of birth: Palestine”.

Violence escalated following protests in Jerusalem, where 300 Palestinians were injured in a police raid on the grounds of the al-Aqsa Mosque in Jerusalem, one of the holiest sites in Jerusalem. ‘Islam.

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu warns militants “will pay a very high price” for rockets that hit Jerusalem, while UN envoy for Middle East peace Tor Wennesland calls for de-escalation .

He tweeted: “Stop the fire immediately. We are moving towards full-scale war. Leaders on all sides must take responsibility for de-escalation.

“The cost of the war in Gaza is devastating and is paid by ordinary people. The UN is working with all parties to restore calm. Stop the violence now.

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