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Enraged Netizens Compare Malala Yousafzai, Mia Khalifa For Their Remarks Over Israeli Atrocities


Muhammad UsmanMultimedia Journalist

12th May, 2021. 10:44 am
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Pakistani activist Malala Yousafzai is facing extreme backlash for skipping the terrorist acts by Israel in her tweet as she commented over the ongoing violent clashes between Palestine and Israel.

The videos and pictures of Israeli forces inhumane assault on the worshippers in Jerusalem’s Al Aqsa Mosque on worshippers have sent shockwaves across the world with Muslim communities condemning the brutal act of terrorism by Israel.

Some expressed extreme outrage over Malala for not speaking for the Muslims in Palestine despite having humongous international outreach. Internet users believe Malala Yousafzai has the opportunity to fight the case for the troubled Muslim brethren in Gaza and Jerusalem being persecuted cruelly.

The enraged social media users slammed her for deliberately twisting the facts and severity of the violence and gross human rights violations in Palestine. Malala, however, has not responded to the backlash on social media.

Netizens jumped in to make corrections in the Nobel Prize Laureate’s tweet for not highlighting the brutal act of terrorism by Israel.

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On the other hand, former lewd star Mia Khalifa, who is quite controversial for her immoral past, has been shedding light on the crisis taking place in Palestine.

Amidst the ongoing demonstrations worldwide for the rights of Palestinians, Mia Khalifa was no different than other supporters as she continued to highlight the facts despite her deleted posts by Instagram.

However, in her recent tweet, she wrote, “Imagine I walk into a McDonald’s and demand they change the name to Miacdonalds and leave the premises immediately. And when they don’t, I b*mb that McDonald’s into oblivion and call it self defense.”

The tweet clearly referred that bombing doesn’t mean self defense in any case.

Note that Hamas has launched 130 missiles at the Israeli city of Tel Aviv after major airstrikes in Gaza has so far killed  28 Palestinians and left several others wounded.

The 2014 war has erupted in severe violent clashes between Israel and Palestine as the rockets shot at Tel Aviv killed two Israeli women.

Hamas said it had shot hundreds of rockets at the city of Isreal in reprisal for the building that was destroyed in Gaza.

Tensions in Jerusalem have been fuelled by the planned forced expulsions of Palestinian families from the Sheikh Jarrah neighbourhood and by an Israeli forces raid on Al Aqsa on one of the holiest nights of Ramadan.

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