Anyone who shouts racist remarks does not represent me or my people.

Model Gigi Hadid and her sister Bella Hadid, Alana Hadid, are at the forefront of small Hollywood fraternal vocals for atrocities sanctioned by the Israeli state against the Palestinian people, and now they are using their voices to condemn anti-Semitism. The name of the pro-Palestinian movement.

Fashion designer Alana in an Instagram article: “The one who shouts racist remarks such as “kill the Jews” or “death to the Jews” is neither a Palestinian nor speaks for me. Then Gigi shared the story again.

“Here was a series of violent attacks on Jews around the world, including LA. Palestinians don’t want this kind of support. There is no violence. Be a better person than the government. We aim for change. There is no terrorism. The road to peace is paved with humanity, not my name,” he added.

The support that has been voicing for her support of Palestinian oppression and racial cleansing has repeated that some form of violence is damaging their cause. The chaotic Judaism and Zionism will lead to discrimination against the entire group, not all those who support terrorism in Palestine.

Previously, supportive younger sister Bella raised similar concerns. She advocated for the people’s right to a peaceful life, attended protests, and posted on social media about human rights violations.

She reminded people that being pro-Palestine doesn’t mean being anti-Jewish. “As Muslims we know so well what it feels like to paint with the same brush as wicked people who do not represent our views and way of life. Now we use the same brush to pair ordinary Jews with the government of Israel. Same Box,” she urged.

Supporting Palestine means fighting all forms of racism and prejudice. Their struggles have no room for anti-Semitism, violence or abuse. Their voices can and should be amplified through a focus on persecution rather than using the same energy to hate religion as a whole.