While the Israeli army has attacked and tortured Palestinians on the occasion of Al-Quds Day, while the governments of various countries, including the United States, have condemned it, Pakistani and international showbiz personalities have also expressed their grief and anger over the Zionist army's violence. According to the news agency Reuters, tensions between the Zionist army and the Palestinians erupted on Friday on the occasion of Al-Quds Day and at least 205 Palestinians were injured by the actions of the Israeli army.
The report said the tensions apparently began when the Israeli army began forcibly removing Palestinians from its illegal settlements in Jerusalem. The Israeli army began forcibly evicting Palestinians from their homes on the eve of Al-Quds Day when tensions in Jerusalem had already begun since the start of Ramadan. After May 7, the Israeli army also attacked Palestinians with rubber bullets, hand grenades, and steel bullets, injuring a total of about 250 people so far.
Numerous videos and photos that have gone viral on social media show the Israeli army firing on worshipers inside the Al-Aqsa Mosque, Islam's third holiest site. Bella Hadid, a Palestinian-American supermodel, condemned the Zionist army's attacks in her Instagram stories and said that all her family members, including her sister Gigi Hadid, condemned the Israeli army's attacks. He added that he and his family were saddened by the violence against Palestinians.
A note from Roger.— Roger Waters (@rogerwaters) May 7, 2021
It’s official ISRAEL is an APARTHEID STATE.
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He wrote in another story that as a human being he stood by the Palestinians during the Israeli army's attack on the Palestinians. Senior British musician Roger Waters also called the Israeli attack a genocide of Palestinians. He released a video on Twitter openly talking about the Zionist army's attacks and violence, saying that the Israeli state has been living on its land for thousands of years. Is pushing for violence.
British singer Dua Lipa also shared a story on social media against the Israeli army's violence and used the hashtag to save the Sheikh Jarrah area of Jerusalem. Egyptian actor Mohamed Haneidi also condemned the Israeli army's aggression and used the hashtag "Protecting Sheikh Jarrah" on Instagram.
I am sickened & disgusted. How can you attack a place of a worship & attack defenceless worshippers? And yet again, the world will stay silent on Israel’s continuous oppression on Palestine. Ya Allah reham! #IsraeliAttackonAlAqsa #PalestiniansLivesMatter— Asim Azhar (@AsimAzharr) May 8, 2021
Pakistani singer Asim Azhar also condemned the violence and attacks on Palestinians, calling the Israeli army's actions terrorism and writing about how the Zionist army is targeting the oppressed in homes and places of worship.
Singer and actor Farhan Saeed retweeted a video of an Arab journalist speaking in favor of the Palestinians and wrote that the world's silence on Zionist oppression is criminal and at the same time questioned whether the international community should sit back. How can Kar see in silence? Feroz Khan also condemned the attack on the Palestinians and tweeted briefly that Israel attacked Al-Aqsa.
Actor Hamza Ali Abbasi's wife Naimal Khawar also wrote in a social media post on the Israeli aggression that the Palestinians need our help. Actor Sami Khan also expressed solidarity with the Palestinians, calling the Israeli army's attacks intolerable. Former actress Noor Bukhari also posted on Instagram against Israeli atrocities and expressed solidarity with the Palestinians. She also complained that most personalities are silent on this atrocity and did not even tweet.
Noor Bukhari called on ordinary people, including personalities, to speak out against Israeli atrocities.