Lebanese-US porn star Mia Khalifa sparks fury online in tweet attacking Israel 


‘My wine is older than your apartheid “state”‘: Lebanese-US porn star Mia Khalifa sparks fury online after drinking ‘Nazi-era wine’ in tweet attacking Israel

  • Mia Khalifa posted a pro-Palestine tweet alongside images of her drinking wine  
  •  ‘My wine is older than your apartheid ‘state”, she wrote in the social media post
  • The post attracted criticism from some who noticed the wine was dated 1943 and contained champagne produced in Nazi-occupied France

Lebanese-US porn star Mia Khalifa has stirred controversy online for a pro-Palestine tweet alongside pictures of her drinking wine. 

‘My wine is older than your apartheid ‘state”, she wrote alongside the images. 

 Khalifa has voiced her support for Palestinians on social media since cross-border violence between Israel and Gaza broke out earlier this month. 

Lebanese-US porn star Mia Khalifa has stirred controversy online for a pro-Palestine tweet alongside pictures of her drinking wine

Khalifa has voiced her support for Palestinians on social media since cross-border violence between Israel and Gaza broke out earlier this month

Khalifa has voiced her support for Palestinians on social media since cross-border violence between Israel and Gaza broke out earlier this month

'My wine is older than your apartheid 'state'', she wrote alongside the images

‘My wine is older than your apartheid ‘state”, she wrote alongside the images

The 11-day conflict between Israel and Palestinian political and military group Hamas saw at least 242 people killed in Gaza and 13 in Israel.

Some online noticed that one of the bottles with Khalifa was dated 1943 and contained champagne produced in Nazi-occupied France. 

Khalifa’s latest tweet drew criticism online, with Dispatch editor-in-chief Jonah Goldberg commenting: ‘I love how Israel haters cast It as young. 

‘Yes the modern state of Israel was founded in ’48 — but that’s 10 years Iraq’s founding and five before Egypt’s. The of Israel (and Egypt) are old.’

Khalifa's latest tweet drew criticism online, with Dispatch editor-in-chief Jonah Goldberg commenting: 'I love how Israel haters cast It as young. Yes the modern state of Israel was founded in '48 — but that's 10 years Iraq's founding and five before Egypt's. The of Israel (and Egypt) are old'

Khalifa’s latest tweet drew criticism online, with Dispatch editor-in-chief Jonah Goldberg commenting: ‘I love how Israel haters cast It as young. Yes the modern state of Israel was founded in ’48 — but that’s 10 years Iraq’s founding and five before Egypt’s. The of Israel (and Egypt) are old’

Mia Khalifa is one of PornHub's most popular stars and is no stranger to voicing her political beliefs online

Mia Khalifa is one of PornHub’s most popular stars and is no stranger to voicing her political beliefs online 

In February, she joined Rihanna, Greta Thunberg and Kamala Harris's niece in drawing attention to the massive demonstrations led by farmers who fear that new reforms will favour big businesses to the detriment of smaller producers

In February, she joined Rihanna, Greta Thunberg and Kamala Harris’s niece in drawing attention to the massive demonstrations led by farmers who fear that new reforms will favour big businesses to the detriment of smaller producers

British commentator Darren Grimes wrote: ‘She should try drinking that wine in Gaza and see how fast she flees to Tel Aviv,’ 

Khalifa, who is one of PornHub’s most popular stars, is no stranger to standing up for her political beliefs and has previously spoken out on Instagram and Twitter after India cut off the internet for the protesters.

In February, she joined Rihanna, Greta Thunberg and Kamala Harris’s niece in drawing attention to the massive demonstrations led by farmers who fear that new reforms will favour big businesses to the detriment of smaller producers.

Khalifa wrote on an Instagram Story: ‘India has cut internet around New Delhi amidst a farmers protest, what the f*** is going on?’

She then said on Twitter, taking aim at people who have doubted the legimitacy of the protests: ‘”Paid actors,” huh? Quite the casting director, I hope they’re not overlooked during awards season. I stand with the farmers. #FarmersProtest.’

Her tweet was slammed as ‘irresponsible’ by Indian authorities who accused ‘foreign individuals’ and celebrities of ‘sensationalism’. 

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