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Celeb Solidarity: Sarah Snook Backs Palestinians, Calls for Israeli Ceasefire

History is Watching

History is watching

Australian actress Sarah Snook has joined the likes of Drake, Jennifer Lopez, America Ferrera, and other renowned artists in signing an open letter appealing to President Joe Biden and Congress to push for a ceasefire in the ongoing conflict between Israel and Palestine.

The open letter, titled The Artists4Ceasefire, demands that President Biden and Congress take immediate action in urging both Israel and Hamas to cease hostilities. This letter was sent in an effort to persuade the U.S. government to intervene and help de-escalate the violence that has been plaguing the region for weeks.

“We come together as artists and advocates, but most importantly as human beings witnessing the devastating loss of lives and unfolding horrors in Israel and Palestine,” reads the letter. The inclusion of Sarah Snook’s signature in this Artists4Ceasefire letter not only highlights her empathy towards the Palestinians but also indirectly calls for Israel to put an end to the repeated bombardments in Gaza that have claimed the lives of thousands of women, children, and elderly people.

Sarah Snook, known for her roles in popular films and TV shows such as “Succession,” is using her platform to raise awareness and advocate for peace in the region. Alongside other prominent figures in the entertainment industry, Snook’s support for Palestinians demonstrates her commitment to human rights and the need for a ceasefire to prevent further loss of innocent lives.

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Gaza every hour

Gaza every hour

In addition to the ongoing conflict between Israel and Palestine, recent statistics from Aljazeera news portal reveal that on average, every hour during the war, 42 bombs were dropped, 12 buildings were destroyed, and 15 people were killed, including 6 children in Gaza. The support for a ceasefire in Gaza by Sarah Snook reflects her sympathy towards the plight of the Palestinians who are facing the devastating effects of Israeli colonization in Gaza, Palestine.

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