Gal Gadot Urges the World to Take Action Against Terrorism Amid Hamas Attacks, Amidst Speculation of Her Possible Return to IDF Service After 16 Years.

Gal Gadot, who previously served as a combat trainer in the Israeli Defense Forces more than a decade ago, has called on people not to remain neutral about the war in Israel and Palestine. Following a recent terror attack that took hundreds of lives, the actress was one of the first Hollywood celebrities to express support for Israel and urge others to do the same. She also encouraged her followers to donate funds to help those affected by the attacks. Additionally, Gadot shared a video of U2’s Sunday show, where the band dedicated their song “Pride (In the Name of Love)” to the victims of a music festival attack in Israel.

Actress Gal Gadot has demanded that the world not 'sit on the fence' as she voiced her support for her native country after hundreds were murdered by a terror attack in Israel on Saturday

Gal Gadot, the famous actress, urges people to take a firm stand and not remain neutral as she expresses her solidarity for her homeland, Israel, following the brutal terrorist attack that took place over the weekend and led to the loss of many innocent lives.

The Wonder Woman star, 38, famously served in the Israeli Defense Forces as a combat trainer over a decade ago

At the age of 38, the renowned actress who played Wonder Woman once worked as a combat trainer in the Israeli Defense Forces for over ten years.

On Saturday, the former Miss Israel 2004 was one of the first Hollywood names to speak up in support of Israel, sharing news of the Hamas ' assault on civilians

Over the weekend, former Miss Israel 2004 and Hollywood actress, Gal Gadot, expressed her support for Israel amidst the recent Hamas attacks on civilians. One of the first celebrities to speak up in favor of Israel was Bono, who changed the lyrics to his hit song to show his solidarity with the Israeli people. During his concert, he mentioned the recent conflict in Israel and Gaza and called for peace and non-violence. Gadot, who served in the IDF for two years, thanked U2 and Bono for their support on her Instagram story. She has credited her military training with helping her develop discipline and teamwork skills, which she now applies to her work in filmmaking. According to Gadot, working towards a greater objective is more important than individual success.

The star has also asked her followers to donate funds for those affected by the weekend's attacks

The celebrity, Gal Gadot, has requested her followers to donate funds for those who were affected by the recent attacks. The conflict between Israel and Palestine is currently at its worst in decades, and all Israeli citizens may be asked to fight as the situation escalates. So far, around 300,000 Israeli reservists have been called upon to join IDF forces, and it’s unclear whether Gadot has also been called up. Some pro-Palestinian social media users have attacked Gadot and other celebrities such as Madonna, Amy Schumer, Kylie Jenner, and Mark Hamill, for voicing their support for Israel and even demanded a boycott of them. Meanwhile, former porn star Mia Khalifa has openly supported Hamas’ attack on civilians and urged them to film the carnage horizontally. Recently, a shocking dashcam footage surfaced online showing gunmen executing civilians during the surprise assault launched near Kibbutz Re’im, close to the Gaza Strip.

Bono tweaked the hit's lyrics to say: 'Sing for our brothers and sisters — who they themselves were singing at the Supernova Sukkot festival in Israel'

Bono made some adjustments to the lyrics of the famous song, urging us to sing for our fellow siblings who were also performing at the Supernova Sukkot festival over in Israel.

Gadot and other stars such as Kylie Jenner , Madonna and Amy Schumer have received abuse online from pro-Palestinian social media users

Celebrities like Gadot, Madonna, Amy Schumer, and Kylie Jenner have recently been targeted by pro-Palestinian social media users with abusive comments. However, former porn star Mia Khalifa remained unfazed by the criticism and continued to defend Hamas’ actions as justifiable. She even shared a post stating that the United States of America is also a terrorist state. Khalifa went after Kylie Jenner for sharing and then deleting a message in support of Israel. She challenged Jenner to express her opinions on geopolitical tensions in the Middle East to her 400 million followers. In recent news, over 700 Israeli soldiers and civilians were killed in rocket attacks launched by Palestinian gunmen. In retaliation, Israel’s Defence Forces (IDF) and air force carried out air strikes and missile attacks hitting more than 1,000 Hamas targets in the past two days. The brutal attack was unexpected and drew comparisons to the 9/11 attacks or Pearl Harbour.

A paramedic holds a little girl crying after being pulled from the scene of the bombing Gaza on Monday

On Monday in Gaza, a paramedic was seen comforting a young girl who was crying after being rescued from the bombing incident.

In recent news, Israeli Defence Minister Yoav Gallant has announced that they will be taking drastic measures against Gaza Strip. They plan to cut off electricity and block the entry of food and fuel. Gallant justifies these actions by stating that his troops are fighting “barbaric terrorists” and will respond accordingly. This siege-like strategy will lead to starvation and attacks on the millions of Palestinians living in this confined region. Meanwhile, Israel’s forces are already engaged in battling Hamas terrorists in the south, and there are indications of a new front opening up as at least two gunmen who crossed the northern border from Lebanon were killed by Israeli soldiers backed by helicopters. There is gunfire and artillery shelling being heard across Lebanon’s southern border with Israel. Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has officially declared war and called for the mobilization of around 300,000 reservists, suggesting a possible ground assault into Gaza. Netanyahu aims to completely annihilate the military and governing capabilities of Hamas, which has been ruling Gaza unchallenged since 2007.

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