Mia Khalifa blames US for Jerusalem violence

02:01 PM | 12 May, 2021
Mia Khalifa blames US for Jerusalem violence
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LONDON – Lebanese former adult entertainer and Onlyfans star Mia Khalifa speaks out against Israeli oppression in Palestine.

Taking it to Twitter, the 27-year-old directly blamed the United States for supporting the Jewish country in the vicious attack that killed at least 36 while hundreds of women and children remain injured.

Khalifa has been using her social media platform to raise her voice for the noble cause. Imagine I walk into a McDonald’s and demand they change the name to Miacdonalds and leave the premises immediately. And when they don’t, I b*mb that McDonald’s into oblivion and call it self defense, she wrote in a series of tweets.

Adding that attacking or killing poor people can never be justified as an act of self-defense. The former highest-ranked adult entertainer also shared the image of a dilapidated building that collapsed following the airstrikes from Israeli forces.

In another tweet of the series, she added that ‘It’s Anti-Zionism, not anti-Judaism, ever.’

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"The violence in Jerusalem – especially against children – is unbearable. This long conflict has cost many children their lives and their futures. Leaders must act immediately – there is no peace when children and civilians are not safe," she tweeted.