Gal Gadot, DC Wonder Woman On the screen, we talked about the recent events of the escalating Israeli-Palestinian crisis, but fans and followers did not like her contributions.
The Israeli actor and model expressed her grief by releasing “Our country is at war” on Twitter. She said she was worried about her friends and family and that the vicious cycle should end. In the most controversial part of her statement, she said, “Israel deserves to be a free and safe country, and so are our neighbors.” She finished praying for a better day.
Jordanian journalist Yasser Abu Hilal felt the need to remind Gadot that “the state is committed to war crimes, genocide, racial cleansing, apartheid.”
This user was keen by telling Gadot that he was wrong. “Israel has occupied Palestine and is now illegally controlling it.”
This user felt that the best strategy for correcting celebrities trying to neutralize the Palestinian struggle was grim stats.
In other words, Gadot, what are you doing?
Wonder Woman in Resolution
We are happy to be there to rectify people who are trying to rectify public opinion against ethnic cleansing in Palestine. The Internet has been consolidated with the belief that it is more important than ever that facts are presented as facts and that matters are presented as they are, not through the lens of socio-cultural and political narratives.