Supermodel Bella Hadid joined the pro-Palestine march on the streets of New York on Saturday. Both Bella and her sister Gigi have openly expressed their views on the Israel-Palestine conflict.
Bella has openly shown her support for the country of her ancestors on social media. That is why the model joined the pro-Palentina march in New York City. The young woman joined thousands of people on Saturday and took to the streets of Bay Ridge to condemn the Israeli airstrikes in Gaza.
“The way my heart feels… Being next to kind, generous, respectful, loving, intelligent Palestinians, all in one place… I feel complete! We are a unique race! Let Palestine be free until Palestine is free !!! P.S. The drop of the Palestinians is real #FreePalestine, ” he wrote on his Instagram account.
Along with the message, the supermodel posted photos and a video of her wearing a traditional Palestinian Keffiyeh. He also wore a face mask and a large Palestinian flag, as he joined the marching crowd.
The young woman received many messages of support from people, who like her, support Palestine, in this war that has been unleashed.
Bella Hadid’s family is of Palestinian origin
Mohamed Hadid, Bella’s father, is a Palestinian-born real estate developer. As a reminder of this inheritance, the young woman published photos of her grandparents, along with one of her children, including Mohamed.
The Palestinian-Dutch supermodel wanted to show the image of her grandparents (Teta and Jido) on her wedding day in 1941. And she wrote the following:
“Together they had 8 beautiful babies. My aunts and uncles, including my slime, @mohamedhadid, bottom right. With my uncle Mahmoud in my arms. And my tit on the far left… With 8 children under the age of 15… Who were taken from their homes in Palestine in 1948, becoming refugees in Syria, then Lebanon, then Tunisia, ”Bella wrote.
“I love my family, I love my heritage, I love Palestine. I will stand firm to keep your hope for a better land in my heart. A better world for our people and the people around them. They can never erase our history. History is history! “