200 Celebrities Make HUGE Move In Support Of Israel

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A group of over 200 Hollywood stars have come together in support of Israel. Their organization, called Creative Community for Peace, seeks to put an end to the devastating efforts of Hamas.

Creative Community for Peace has called out other celebrities who have openly shown their support for the terrorist organization of Hamas. Their website contains a list of all the stars who support Israel, lest there be any mistake about where they stand. That list can be seen below.

(Read More: Israeli Citizens Mock Obama With Epic Sign)


The Creative Community for Peace’s mission statement reads:

We, the undersigned, are saddened by the devastating loss of life endured by Israelis and Palestinians in Gaza. We are pained by the suffering on both sides of the conflict and hope for a solution that brings peace to the region.

While we stand firm in our commitment to peace and justice, we must also stand firm against ideologies of hatred and genocide which are reflected in Hamas’ charter, Article 7 of which reads, “There is a Jew hiding behind me, come on and kill him!” The son of a Hamas founder has also commented about the true nature of Hamas.

Hamas cannot be allowed to rain rockets on Israeli cities, nor can it be allowed to hold its own people hostage. Hospitals are for healing, not for hiding weapons. Schools are for learning, not for launching missiles. Children are our hope, not our human shields.

We join together in support of the democratic values we all cherish and in the hope that the healing and transformative power of the arts can be used to build bridges of peace.

(Read More: Israeli Journalist: Obama Is On The Side Of Hamas)

Actors like Penelope Cruz and Javier Bardem, who have publicly defended Palestine and Hamas, don’t seem to understand that Israel is the only country in the surrounding region where their movies can even be played.

What do you think of the Creative Community for Peace? We here at Mr. Conservative give them a standing ovation.

H/T: IJ Review

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