Malala Yousafzai: "I am horrified to see the bombing of Al Ahli Hospital in Gaza and I condemn it openly" Thousands of artists demand 'immediate' end to Israeli attacks on Gaza /Iran's Cinema Organization condemns Zionist regime's crimes: Cinema Screens Should Be the Place to Narrate the Suffering of Palestinians
Following the attacks of the Zionist regime on Gaza and the killing of innocent Palestinian people and children, some actors and famous figures of the world's cinema reacted to this issue in cyberspace. Nancy Ajram, JJ Hadid, Mark Ruffalo, Selena Gomez, Doalipa, Susan Sarandon, etc. were among the actors and figures who condemned the recent and past attacks of the Zionist regime.
Malala Yousafzai, an activist and winner of the Nobel Prize, condemned the crimes of the Zionist regime and wrote: Collective punishment is not the solution. Half of Gaza. The population is under 18 years old. They should not be forced to live their whole lives under bombing and unjust occupation. ‘Do not let the plight of Gaza be forgotten’: Ushna Shah shares open letter to Pakistanis on Palestine
TRT of Turkiye reported On Tuesday, Artists for Palestine UK published a letter signed by more than 2,000 artists, including famous novelists, singers, playwrights, filmmakers, as well as famous actors such as Tilda Swinton, Charles Dance, Steve Coogan, Miriam Margulies and Peter Mullan. will be They demanded an end to the killing in Palestine
Iran's Cinema Organization also released a statement, denouncing the brutal massacre of innocent individuals in Gaza and Palestine by the oppressive Zionist regime. Parts of the statement read as follows:
As we, the world and the cinema, bear witness to frames that lack the weight of such bitter tragedy and darkness, we cannot help but feel a profound sense of shame.
In this heart-wrenching tragedy, innocent children, women, and the elderly are drowning in their own blood, while the soil reeks of bloodshed and gunpowder.
The time has indeed arrived for filmmakers and artists worldwide to honor their commitment and become the storytellers of the tormented souls of the oppressed children in Palestine and Gaza. They have the power to bring these stories to life on the screens of cinema and through powerful imagery, shedding light on the plight of the innocent and giving voice to those who have been silenced for far too long.”
Some analysts have raised concerns that Netanyahu might be thinking of committing a genocide of Palestinians living in the Gaza Strip.