Dua Lipa, tough on attacks in Gaza: “Genocide is Israel”


Dua Lipa, tough on attacks in Gaza: “Genocide is Israel”

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LIsrael’s war in Gaza is one of the most controversial international conflicts in the world. There are many countries that are turning their backs on Israel in the conflict, even reaching Recognition of Palestine as a state, this is the caseFrom Spain, Ireland and Norway, on May 28th.

But although many countries are talking about what is happening in Gaza, there are few figures outside politics who raise their voices in favor of human rights. One of them was the singer Dua Lipa.

The singer was very frank and described the actions carried out by the Israeli army in the Gaza Strip “Genocide in Israel”, She did this through her Instagram account, which obviously being one of the most prominent artists in the world, has a large number of followers who managed to read her message. In total, more than 88 million.

In the same position, he participates The image of the ‘artist 4 Sisi fire’ Group, circling the world, with the hashtag # Rifaa alleys, A viral message because of the bombings carried out by Israel in a Palestinian city.

The singer encourages her followers to show solidarity with Gaza

In addition, the music star did not stay there , as he also wanted to share the reflection on the constant attacks: “Burning children alive can never be justified. The whole world is moving to stop the Israeli genocide. Please show your solidarity with Gaza.”, In a clear message to his followers, so that they contribute as much as they can to the wave of solidarity that the world is witnessing in favor of Gaza.

Dua Lipa, strong on attacks in Gaza: "Genocide in Israel

Dua Lipa had already spoken about the conflict in September, when she wrote: “Every day that passes, my heart aches for the people of Israel and Palestine. Mourning for the lives lost in the attacks in Israel. It is painful to witness the unprecedented suffering in Gaza…”

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