Bella Hadid is very vocally making it clear she's pissed about President Trump officially recognizing Jerusalem as Israel's capital city.
It's especially nice to see her without all the make-up and glamour, and just as a regular 21-year-old woman. She called the treatment of Palestinians "unfair, one-sided" and intolerable and concluded the post by voicing her support for Palestine. Jerusalem is the home of all religions.
She then attended a public protest in London on Friday after celebrating the opening of Tag Heuer's new flagship store, still clad in her floor-length gown from the event.
However, the Palestinian/American model didn't just protest on her Instagram account, as she was spotted yesterday in a protest outside the United States embassy in London.
"Watching the news and seeing the pain of the Palestinian people makes me cry for the many many generations of Palestine", she wrote.
Still dressed in her finest, Bella got out and joined the march for a few minutes before jumping back into her auto and driving off. All religions living side by side.
She appeared to be enjoying her brief stint as a protester and was pictured smiling and raising her fist into the air as she put her arm around a young fan.
Hadid's father Mohamed has similarly condemned Trump's move, calling it the saddest day of his life. Both Israelis and Palestinians lay claim to the city, though Israel has controlled the city since 1967. The issue of Jerusalem was typically thought to be one that would be resolved as part of a future peace deal - presumably one brokered by the USA - but Trump's decision has called that likelihood into question.
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