Jamie Lee Curtis stands with Israel for all the wrong reasons

American actress and film producer, Jamie Lee Curtis sparked controversy and anger on the internet after taking to her official Instagram account in support of Israel with a photo of Palestinian children. 

Jamie posted a picture of concerned Palestinian children seeking refuge with their families in the Northern Gaza Strip and a UNRWA school that was bombed yesterday Oct. 9, 2023.

The photo’s caption said “TERROR FROM THE SKIES” with the addition of the Israeli flag emoji despite the picture showing Palestinian children concerned by the rockets caused by the Palestinian-Israeli conflict, Al-Aqsa Flooding.

This made users poke fun at the celebrity calling her out of touch and a person who posts trending issues just to stay relevant without knowing what’s happening.

Jamie Lee Curtis stands with Israel for all the wrong reasons

Some comments said:

“I wonder if these celebrities actually know what’s happening or if they just repost whatever is trending to stay relevant”

“me when I post something I don’t know about just to get along with the flow”

“We stand with Palestine 🇵🇸🇵🇰”

Luke Skywalker stands with Israel


Starwars Official Website/ Luke Skywalker

American actor, Mark Hamill who is best known for his role as Luke Skywalker from the Star Wars saga, also sided with Israel causing controversy on his X (formerly known as Twitter) post where he said:

“America stands with Israel ✊ #ALWAYS”

Many people opposed the actor’s choice with comments including:

“I stand with all innocent civilians regardless of their nationality.”

“I don’t like war”

“Feel like Kylo in this clip, reading this tweet tbh”

“Long live The Empire!”

Hamas’ Al-Aqsa Flood operation


(Photo by MAHMUD HAMS / AFP)

Hamas launched the Al-Aqsa Flood operation on Saturday, Oct. 7, 2023, firing a huge number of rockets and drone attacks on Israeli-occupied land.

This operation so far resulted in the killing of almost 700 and the injuring of around 2000 Israelis.

On the Palestinian end, an approximate number of 436 Gazans were killed.

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