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Noa Tishby Tackles Bella Hadid’s Latest Anti-Israel Rant

As model Bella Hadid continues her smear campaign against the Jewish State, Israeli actress, producer and author Noa Tishby does not lag behind and keeps advocating on behalf of her country.

Most recently, Hadid shared with followers on Instagram a photo in which she holds up a fist and wears a necklace seemingly in the shape of Greater Israel. The same geographical outline, however, is often used by the Palestinians to assert their claim to the land.

Hadid has 43 million Instagram followers. The controversial post received more than 1.5 million likes and thousands of supportive comments.

In response, Tishby, who in 2011 founded the first Israel-focused online advocacy and rapid response organization, Act For Israel, and who over the years has become a powerful voice for Israel on the international stage, shared an earlier photo of herself, wearing the exact same necklace and holding her book Israel: a Simple Guide to the Most Misunderstood Country on Earth, which she wrote as part of her pro-Israel advocacy.

In the post, she said: “Hey @bellahadid – I was there first! Not just with the necklace but with the actual people in the actual land. The Jewish people are the indigenous people of the land of Israel.

“I know it’s an inconvenient truth, but it doesn’t make it less true. That is, of course, only if you understand how history, science or archeology work … [or] if you follow any of the three monotheistic religions … But thanks for wearing a necklace of Israel anyway! We appreciate your support!” Tishby jeered.

Hadid, 24, who was born in the United States to a Palestinian father, has emerged in recent months as a staunch critic of Israel, although she rarely bothers to get her facts right, thus spreading fake news about the Jewish state and the regional conflict.

Tishby’s post received more than 25,000 likes and comments, with Israeli actress Alona Tal replying: “That mic drop was heard all the way to Miami.”

Predictably, the post also drew the attention of pro-Palestinian users, who accused Tishby of being jealous of Hadid and Israel of being ‘racist murderers.”

Pro-Israeli Instagram users, however, mocked Hadid. One user in particulate wondered, “Are we supposed to rely on the geographical knowledge of a model who writes that she is a scientist in her biography?”

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