On Instagram, Madonna has posted some semi nude pics to help heal the Middle East and the world and to support anera.org, which funds poor Palestinians.
Her hashtags include #peaceinthemiddleeast #livingforlove”.
Although she links to a Gaza support organization, she wrote, “I do not support Hamas! I support human dignity and respect! I support sharing! I support Peace! #ceasefire”
In her later posts, she is photographed with two shirtless men (they aren’t scared shirtless). One is painted with a Star of David while the other sports a Crescent Moon and Star. Her caption reads, “No Separation! We all bleed the same color! #ceasefire #peaceinthemiddleeast #livingforlove” and “Cease Fire ! Inshallah!!! Baruch Hashem!! Praise the Lord! #ceasefireforever #peaceinthemiddleeast #livingforlove”
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Her latest post focuses on the Versace fashion items she wants for her birthday this month.
Actor John Cusack re-tweeted a link to an article that compared Gaza to Soweto. He tweeted, â€œMass bombing of civilians is wrong no matter who does it – ok?â€
After el-Wafa hospital was hit, actor Mark Ruffalo, tweeted that â€œblowing upâ€ (in Gaza) hospitals is something he thought â€œall human beings could agree was off limits.â€
Update: Mia Farrow, an actress, tweeted â€œWhat is Israelâ€™s long-term plan for Gaza? They canâ€™t kill everyone. Those who survive can never forget. They will want to be martyrsâ€
Update: Former comedian and star of Deuce Bigalow tweeted â€œTo not be outraged at the killing of children is to risk your very soul. #Gaza.â€
He also wrote that he expected that powerful forces in Hollywood might blacklist actors for speaking out against Israel.
Penn grad, John Legend – a musician / singer / songwriter – wrote that he was “…sick of watching our Secretary of State have to grovel so hard to tell Israel how much he loves them while Israeli cabinet shâ€”ts on him.”