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Momina Mustehsan slammed for not openly calling out Israel

Momina Mustehsan faced criticism for not openly calling out Israel as the Israeli military offensive in Gaza enters its fourteenth day. Efforts to address the unfolding humanitarian crisis have taken shape, with Egypt granting approval for the use of its border crossing to facilitate the delivery of crucial humanitarian aid to Palestinians in Gaza.

This decision comes in the wake of a devastating Israeli airstrike on a Gaza hospital, which, according to Palestinian health authorities, resulted in the loss of 471 lives.

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As the Israeli military offensive in Gaza enters its fourteenth day, efforts to address the unfolding humanitarian crisis have taken shape. Notably, Egypt has granted approval for the use of its border crossing to facilitate the delivery of crucial humanitarian aid to Palestinians in Gaza. This decision comes in the wake of a devastating Israeli airstrike on a Gaza hospital, which, according to Palestinian health authorities, resulted in the loss of 471 lives.

In response to these tragic events, global anti-Israel demonstrations have erupted, uniting people from various corners of the world in a call for an immediate ceasefire.

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The ongoing crisis has also drawn the attention of global celebrities like Bella Hadid, Mia Khalifa, and Huda Kattan prompting them to share their perspectives on the matter. Among them, renowned singer and songwriter Momina Mustehsan used her platform to address the ongoing humanitarian crisis but faced criticism for not openly calling out Israel.

Mustehsan expressed empathy for her Jewish friends who were mourning the loss of innocent lives and also for the Muslim and Christian communities in Palestine who have endured the loss of countless lives over the years. She raised questions about the justification for the collective punishment of a besieged and oppressed community, emphasizing that it goes against the principles of humanity.