Sunday Mar 06, 2022
Bella Hadid recently raised a question on the visible discrimination in condemning the oppression in different parts of the world as she demanded same level of backlash against Muslim suffering as the outrage against Russian invasion of Ukraine.
Taking to Instagram, the Palestinian-American supermodel spoke up the on-going exploitation of Muslims around the globe as people chose to stay mum about on the injustice.
“Question yourself, question how quietly you moved around other injustices, the footprint we leave here will be the clearest one we've left in a long time,” Hadid’s post read.
“If this is your first time realising a war in some years, you're not of the world. War is forever, and the position we take during it is forever too,” she pointed out the biased reaction towards the Muslim suffering in Palestine and China.
“The moment the American president is defending a liberation movement, there’s no risk in joining that defence. There’s little glory in joining a warmonger point at another warmonger,” the 25-year-old model asked people to show support to Muslims.
She captioned the post, " “Injustice anywhere is a threat to justice everywhere.”
“The language we use to define oppression cannot favour one victim over another,” Hadid noted.
"How many Muslim nations aflame? Invasions by the west, merciless drone strikes, executions, internment camps in China? How much of Palestine, how little of Palestine left?"