Los Angeles (EE.UU.), October 12 (EFE). – More than 700 figures from Hollywood and the entertainment world – Jamie Lee Curtis, Chris Pine or Michael Douglas, among many others – have signed this card to atone for Hamas attacks on Israel and demanding the release of refugees held in the Gaza Strip.
The groups behind the commercial organization Creative Community for Peace (CCFP) are the first joint press release from global entertainment celebrities who, without the embargo, were not told about the ensuing siege that holds the Israeli army against the Palestinian enclave. .
This card is signed by Michael Douglas, Gal Gadot, Jamie Lee Curtis, Chris Pine, Mayim Bialik, Liev Schreiber, Amy Schumer, Jerry Seinfeld, Debra Messing, Ryan Murphy, Greg Berlanti, Haim Saban, Irving Azoff, Inon Kreutz, Mark. Hamill, Howie Mandel or Bella Thorne and others.
“The dilemma that Israelis feared for decades came to fruition when Hamas terrorists infiltrated Israeli cities and towns,” the text reads, alluding to the fact that the Jewish state suffered last Saturday when the infiltration from the Gaza Strip took place. also keeps the country in a “state of war.”
Asimism, CCFP called on other fellow professionals to “do everything they do and support the terrorist organization (Hamas) to give to the innocent children of their families”
“This is terrorism. This is bad. There is no justification or rationalization for Hamas’ actions. These are barbaric terrorist acts that the whole world must condemn. This is a terrorist organization whose leaders oppose the judiciary in all its aspects,” continues the press release from the Creative Community for Peace.
The death toll in Israel due to this amazing surprise of the Islamist Hamas movement has exceeded this number of 1,300 people, and the wounded are being sought for 3,500 people, while Israeli bombings in the Gaza Strip have left 1,530 people dead and at least 6,600 injured.
On the other hand, the Israeli government reported that more than 100 people were sold by Hamas and brought to Gaza as refugees.