Celebrities voiced over the violence that broke out in the al-Aqsa mosque in Palestine after Israeli forces attacked Palestinians who gathered to pray on the night of Laila Tulkhadr. Subsequent protests against the attack increased the violence of Israeli defense forces against Palestine.
Palestinian medical staff said at least 215 Palestinians were injured in violence at the al-Aqsa mosque, including 153 people hospitalized. Four of the injured were in serious condition.
The problem reappeared after protests against Palestinian inhabitants in Sheikh Zara were forced out of their homes and attacked by Israeli troops to head for more Israeli settlements. Israeli forces also raided hospitals where Palestinians were hastily transferred, injuring medical staff and leaving people nowhere to go.
People all over the world have spoken about the attack and urged world leaders to do something.
Model Bella Hadid protested the injustice on Instagram. She said she couldn’t believe the “hatred in people’s hearts” towards the Palestinian people.
“Palestinians cannot be erased,” she added, adding that Palestinians were proud of them. Hadid’s father is from Palestine, and she and her family, including sister Gigi Hadid, have voiced the plight of Palestine in the past.
“My sister and I talk every day in family group chat. Mostly Palestine and everything about it. It’s so hard to express my feelings in words,” he added.
“I feel the pain of my ancestors. I cry for them. I cry for my Palestinian brothers and sisters, and I am afraid and not safe there now. This should stop. There is no room for this in 2021! My sister Alana perfectly wrote the mood of the day. We are proud of the Palestinians and we stand on their side,” said Hadid.
Actor Sami Khan was silent, saying that this issue was unacceptable.
Singer Asim Azhar was disgusted by both incidents and the deaf silence of celebrities and the international community as a whole.
“I am sick and disgusted,” he wrote. “How can you attack places of worship and attack unprotected worshipers?” that much Jotunamilla Asked the singer. I was disappointed that not enough people around the world were talking.
“And again, the world will be silent about Israel’s ongoing oppression of Palestine. Ya Allah reham!” He wrote.
Perose Khan has been involved in Twitter trend’Israel Attack on Al-Aqsa’, raising awareness and increasing support.
Singer Farhan Saeed called the spade spade, and in the face of blatant terrorism, he was amazed at how people were quiet.
“The world’s deaf silence is a crime! How can the international community see how this is happening? This is terrorism!” He shared a graphic video of peaceful Palestinians under attack by Israeli forces trapping worshipers by firing sound bombs and tear gas inside the Al-Aqsa Mosque.
Naimal Khawar asked people to be in the victim’s shoes.
“Imagine this is happening to you! To your brothers, husbands, mothers and your children! How do you feel?” She asked. “Please share as much as you can. Palestine we have to say right now!”
British singer Dua Lipa also expressed solidarity with the residents of Sheikh Zara. In the story of Instagram No rules The singer asked to save Sheikh Zara.
If you’re curious about how Sheikh Jarrah relates to Al-Aqsa’s terrorist attacks, the following video is a great summary of the incident, and serves as a great resource to explain the history and educate yourself on the matter.
According to Al Jazeera, Israeli border guards have disbanded the association over the past few days to support families being evicted from the Sheikh Zara area using skunk water, tear gas, rubber-coated bullets, and impact grenades.