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Lior Duak v. Gal Gadot: "At least the witch Bella Hadid supports her people, not like Wonderwoman" | Israel today

2022-05-08T08:37:28.116Z

The "Big Brother" refugee joins the detractors of the Israeli-international star in a critical post against her continued silence regarding the wave of terrorism that is sweeping the country



Lior Duak, a member of "Big Brother", joined the wave of celebs this weekend who posted angry posts against Bella Hadid's choice to serve as a presenter in the Swarovski jewelry company's campaign, but his anger was not only directed at Hadid.

"At least this witch supports her people," unlike Wonder Woman on Gal Gadot, "Duek wrote below a picture of Hadid from the campaign he uploaded to his story over the weekend, tagging Gadot. 

Dweck of course is not the only one expressing his disappointment and anger at Gadot's complete silence since the last wave of attacks began.

Thousands of angry surfers are alarmed with each attack and loss of life in the face of Gadot's choice not to comment on the security situation at all and to continue uploading posts promoting her business and films, and flooding the network with harsh criticism. 

This past weekend the anger was even more present, when Bar Refaeli chose to refer to the story she raised to the security situation and shared a post with a stand with us commemorating the three murdered in the story and took care to tag Hadid cynically with the question: "Rise again?" More than usual, arguing that if Refaeli can address the situation then all the more so on Gadot, who is considered Israeli, with the most influence and followers on social media today, breaking silence and expressing support for the homeland even if it results in the loss of followers who do not like her support for Israel.

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Source: israelhayom

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