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Saturday, February 17, 2024

Dananeer Mobeen trolled for losing projects for supporting Gaza

Soon social media trolls and her followers asked her to name the brand and projects she lost. Social media users speculated if the projects were local or foreign.

Pakistani social media star Dananeer Mobeen received backlash after she claimed she lost ‘amount of work’ for supporting Gaza and that she is satisfied with her decision.

Mobeen also known as ‘Pawri Girl’ following her viral video, is actively raising her voice for the Palestinian cause. A few days ago, she posted a message on her social media account. ‘The amount of work I’ve lost because of standing with Falasteen and have zero regrets’.

Soon social media trolls and her followers asked her to name the brand and projects she lost. Social media users speculated if the projects were local or foreign.

Several renowned international celebrities have claimed to have lost work for speaking up for Palestine and Gaza including model Bella Hadid, Susan Sarandon and beauty mogul Huda Kattan.

Widespread support poured in for actress Melissa Barrera after she was fired from the Scream sequel following her pro-Palestinian social media posts.

An Irish member of the European Parliament, Mick Wallace, backed Barrera on X with a post that said: “Actress Melissa Barrera is fired from the next Scream film sequel for daring to speak for the persecuted #Palestinians.”

Among those who showed support for Barrera was film critic Zoe Rose Bryant who wrote on X: “Melissa Barrera will not be silenced and neither will we,” as she shared a Palestinian flag emoji.

Read more: Actress Melissa Barrera receives support after being fired for showing sympathy toward Palestine

Also, the US television series Stranger Things star Grace Van Dien showed support for Barrera. “So we’re all boycotting spyglass films now, yea?” she wrote but later deleted her post.

Last month, Barrera, 33, shared an open letter urging world leaders to call for a cease-fire in the Israeli onslaught against Gaza. She was among Hollywood stars, including Joaquin Phoenix and Cate Blanchett, who signed the letter.

“We come together as artists and advocates, but most importantly as human beings witnessing the devastating loss of lives and unfolding horrors in Palestine and Israel,” she posted on Instagram.