Elisa, Dima Kandalaft, Mohamed Salah and other stars show solidarity with Palestine


A large number of Arab stars showed solidarity with the Palestinian people against the attacks against them by the Israeli enemy, through their own pages on social networking sites.

We mention among them the Lebanese artist, Elissa, who, since the first day of the attacks, expressed her solidarity with the Palestinians, and wrote yesterday: “The one who is silent about the truth is a mute demon !! Palestine is a humanitarian issue.”

We also mention the Syrian actress, Dima Kandalaft, who sought help from the late Palestinian poet Mahmoud Darwish, and wrote: “O passing between passing words, they piled your illusions into an abandoned pit and turned away.”

Also among the stars was the Egyptian soccer player Mohamed Salah, who posted an old photo of him on his Twitter page in front of Al-Aqsa Mosque.

He returned and wrote: “I call on all world leaders, including the prime minister of the country that has been my home for the past four years, to do everything in their power to make sure that violence stops and innocents are killed immediately. Enough is enough,” and attached his tweet to the president. British Minister Boris Johnson.
This was remarkable, the response of the spokesman for the Israeli army, Avichai Adrai, to a tweet by the Lebanese artist Haifa Wehbe, in which she described what is happening in Gaza as a crime against humanity.
Adraei re-posted Wehbe’s tweet, commenting: “Haifa Wehbe has believed that what is happening in Gaza is a crime, a crime against innocents who are used as human shields by terrorists, on top of them Hamas. The world must save the people of Gaza from the grievances of these groups that cause them to suffocate them by playing them. In the fire, it is not every time you drop the jar (this is how Hamas launches rockets from among the people). “
And it was stated in Haifa Wehbe’s tweet: “What is happening in Gaza is a crime against humanity. May God protect our beloved Palestine and its people.”


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