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Mia Khalifa Attacks Gal Gadot With Footage of Hamas Attack

By HENRY Nov 8, 2023
JustFans Hamas is urged by Mia Khalifa to record "horizontal" strikes. by NEW YORK POST

Reiterating her criticism of Gal Gadot, Mia Khalifa has said that the actress is assisting in the planning of a U.S. exhibition of a movie depicting the terrorist assault on southern Israel on October 7, which was unexpected and carried out by Hamas fighters.


It was the bloodiest Palestinian terrorist assault on Israel in history, carried out as a surprise by Hamas. Israel then struck Gaza with its most intense airstrikes to yet. As of Tuesday, about 10,300 Palestinians had been murdered, according to authorities from the Gaza health ministry, while 1,400 Israelis had been slain, the Associated Press reported.

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Wonder Woman actress Gal Gadot, who was born in Israel, has often posted social media messages endorsing the Israeli people throughout the present crisis. She has drawn attention to several hostagesβ€”more than 200 in totalβ€”that Hamas has captured.

According to i24NEWS, an international news television program with its headquarters in Israel, Gadot is now working to shed light on the battle by assisting in the planning of a showing of a 47-minute film that was supplied by an Israel Defense Forces (IDF) official.

On June 20, 2023, Mia Khalifa was in Paris, France; on October 25, 2022, Gal Gadot was in Beverly Hills, California. After it was reported that Khalifa was assisting in the planning of a U.S. screening of a movie depicting the October 7 assault on Israel by Hamas terrorists, Khalifa reaffirmed her condemnation of Gadot. STEVE GRANITZ/FILMMAGIC; KRISTY SPAROW/GETTY IMAGES

Oscar-winning filmmaker Guy Nattiv said, “Gal Gadot and her husband, Yaron Varsano, helped make this possible.” Guy Nattiv allegedly led attempts to get the movie to the United States, with a screening scheduled for a small group of celebrities and public figures on an unannounced date.

But as of yet, neither the date nor the verified guest list have been revealed. An email for comment was sent by Newsweek to a Gadot spokesperson.

Palestinian news outlet Quds News Network posted on X, previously Twitter, amid the rumors, stating that Gadot “will organize a screening of a propaganda 47-minute video provided by the Israeli military in #LA and #NY.”

Khalifa, the actress from pornographic films, responded to the message by sharing an image of a headline from a magazine published over two years ago, titled “Mia Khalifa Dubs Gal Gadot ‘Genocide Barbie’ After Israel-Palestine Statement.”

At the time the article was published, Gadot, who served in the IDF before launching her acting career, condemned the Israeli-Palestinian conflict and said that Israel and its neighbors each deserved to be a “free and safe nation.”

“My heart is hurting. There is conflict in my nation. I’m concerned for my friends and family,” she said on Instagram.

Reposting the news that Wonder Woman 1984 will be making a comeback on HBO Max, Khalifa wrote on X, “We asked for the #SnyderCut, not Genocide Barbie.”

Following the October 7 Hamas strikes, Khalifa declared her support for Palestinian “freedom fighters,” a move that cost her at least two commercial relationships.

Khalifa posted a post on X after Hamas attacked Israel, in which she discussed the video of the raids on Israel that was being released from the area.

On October 7, the day Hamas members stormed southern Israel, she posted on the forum, pleading with someone to advise the freedom warriors in Palestine to turn their phones and video horizontal.

Khalifa, who has long been an outspoken supporter of Palestinians, attempted to explain her statements in a follow-up statement on October 9 in response to days of criticism.

Her message has subsequently been removed. “I just want to make it clear that this statement in no way, shape, or form is [inciting] spread of violence,” she said. “I specifically said freedom fighters because that’s what the Palestinian citizens are… fighting for freedom every day.”

One of the two businesses that swiftly cut their connections with the actress was Playboy; fans visiting her profile on the company’s Centerfold platform are now presented with a “not found” message. Playboy sent subscribers an email announcing the breakup with Khalifa. Also, it disclosed to Newsweek a letter of termination sent to Khalifa.

In addition, Khalifa was publicly fired from her position as an advisor at Red Light Holland, a company that grows and sells magic mushrooms, as a result of her first post on October 7.

Todd Shapiro, CEO of Red Light Holland, posted on X, saying, “@miakhalifa, this is such an awful tweet. Take this as your instant termination. utterly repulsive. Very repulsive. Please change and improve yourself as a person.”

In response, a defiant Khalifa said, “I’m more upset with myself for not researching whether or not I was doing business with Zionists, but I would say that supporting Palestine has cost me business opportunities.” My fault.

In an additional tweet, Khalifa stated: “I just wanna make sure there’s 4k footage of my people breaking down the walls of the open air prison they’ve been forced out of their homes and into so we have good options for the history books that write about how how they freed themselves from apartheid.”

Peter Rosenberg, a radio broadcaster and wrestling analyst, also took issue with Khalifa’s statement via direct message. Following that, Khalifa revealed their private conversation to the world on her X account, which she now has over 5.7 million followers on.Mia Khalifa

The screenshot shows Khalifa replying, saying, “I stand with all oppressed people, everywhere, until no one is fighting for freedom.” “I’m from Lebanon, and I’ve experienced more air attacks by the IDF than your little, affluent brain could ever comprehend.

“All you know are grandiose stories about a place that is not yours, built by a military unrelated to your tranquil, god-loving faith. Again, you man kid, don’t ever insult me or my knowledge of what a global conflict is.”Mia Khalifa

Although Khalifa shared their message exchange on the site, Rosenberg chose to remain silent, telling Newsweek on October 9 that he thought Khalifa’s handling of the situation was “unhinged and ridiculous.”

“The idea of demanding that people take sides hours after finding out that innocent people had been slaughtered was so counterproductive and hateful,” he said in an email. “That she shared our direct communication doesn’t bother me. I never thought of her as a friend. On a day that isn’t about me or Mia Khalifa, I was trying not to be dirty.”Mia Khalifa

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