The beauty of the catwalk has partnered with thousands of protesters in a rally to support their father’s homeland amid the escalating conflict between Israel and Palestine.
AceShowbiz – supermodel Bella Hadid They joined the thousands of demonstrators who took to the streets of Brooklyn, New York on Saturday May 15, 21st for a rally in support of Palestine.
The catwalk favorite, his father Mohamed Hadid is from Palestine, wearing a traditional keffiyeh dress and face mask as she waved a large Palestinian flag during the demonstration.
“How my heart feels … To be with these many beautiful, bright, respectful, loving, kind and generous Palestinians in one place … it feels whole!” She wrote on social media. “We are a rare breed … !!”
“I have a lot to say, but please read and educate yourself for now. It’s not about religion. It’s not about spitting one hatred or another. It’s about Israeli colonization, ethnic cleansing, military occupation and apartheid over the Palestinian People who have been going on for YEARS! ”
“I stand with my Palestinian brothers and sisters, I will protect and support you as best I can. I love you. I feel for you. And I cry for you. I wish I could take your pain away. The pain of one Father can’t hug his wife or babies again. About a mother who has to bury her child before she has a chance to see them grow. About children who are future artists, doctors who can never get education or attention, they deserve. ”
“To the Tetas and Jidos who built houses for their families that they can never live in again. I see you. I hear you. I cry for you. And I am in pain for you. I’ve been told all my life.” is who I am: a Palestinian – not real. I was told that if my father was from Palestine, my father was not born. And I am here to say that Palestine is very real and the Palestinian people are here to stay and live together. As always. And we will always come together as a family. Always. ”
Hours earlier, Bella posted a photo of her grandparents’ wedding day on her Instagram, as well as a picture of her father next to his seven siblings and her mother, revealing the violence in the Middle East that drove them out of Palestine in 1948.
“I love my family, I love my heritage, I love Palestine,” she wrote. “I will stay strong to keep your hope for a better country in my heart. A better world for our people and those around them. You can never erase our history. History is history!”
Sharing another emotional post in support of her father’s homeland, she wrote, “You can’t be desensitized watching lives being taken. You just can’t. Palestinian lives are the life that will help the world to change. And they are. ” Taken from us second to second. #FreePalestine. ”
The demonstration comes a week after decades of tensions between Israeli and Palestinian forces in the Gaza Strip, which flared up again in rocket strikes in the West Bank. At the beginning of the holy Muslim period of Ramadan last month (April 21), things escalated.
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