What Mia Khalifa Has Said About Israel

Mia Khalifa has taken aim at Israel online, branding it an "apartheid state" in her latest response to the Israel-Palestine conflict.

Tensions in the region resulted in an 11-day conflict that saw at least 230 Palestinians lose their lives as well as at least 12 people in Israel according to The Associated Press.

Former adult film actress Khalifa, who is Lebanese-American, has been vocal about her support for Palestine on social media.

On Sunday, she shared an image of herself as she posed with two bottles of wine on Twitter, one dated 1943 and the other dated 1945.

"My wine is older than your apartheid 'state,'" she captioned the post.

She followed up the tweet with a close-up photograph of the wine, adding that it contains "sediment for daysssss(yearsssss)."

The tweets drew criticism, with Managing Director of Global Communications at the American Jewish Committee, Avi Mayer, accusing her of "showcasing champagne produced in Nazi-occupied France".

Khalifa then shared an article from the New York Post, the headline read: "Mia Khalifa poses with Nazi-era champagne, bashes 'apartheid' Israel."

In response, the web-cam model shared a video dancing to French singer Édith Piaf's "La Vie En Rose", which was released in 1947, as she poured herself a glass of orange juice.

Enjoying what would be classified as “nazi-era” music according to the NYPost’s logic on things produced in 1940’s France. https://t.co/2yUXOu60ht pic.twitter.com/ognnSct95f

— Mia K. (@miakhalifa) May 31, 2021

"Enjoying what would be classified as "nazi-era" music according to the NYPost's logic on things produced in 1940's France," she wrote.

She then slammed people who support Israeli brands, adding: "Let's keep this same energy in 78 years with people who support Israeli brands and products funding apartheid."

Newsweek has contacted representatives of Khalifa for comment.

The tweets come after a host of pro-Palestine messages from the media personality.

Over the weekend, she also shared a slate of images of people gathering and photographing the sky. She claimed the images showed Israelis gathering to "cheer on Israeli bombs hitting Gaza."

Khalifa previously made headlines when she branded Israeli actress and Wonder Woman star Gal Gadot "genocide Barbie" following her statement on the conflict.

Gadot's post began with her saying that she worries for her family and friends, adding that the conflict is a "vicious cycle" that has gone on for too long.

"Israel deserves to live as a free and safe nation, our neighbors deserve the same," she continued. "I pray for the victims and their unimaginable hostility to end, I pray for our leaders to find a solution so we could live side by side in peace. I pray for better days."

The Marvel actor's statement was also criticized by Yair Netanyahu, the son of Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, who said she it was "neutral as if she was from Switzerland."

Newsweek previously contacted representatives of Gadot for comment. They did not respond at the time.

Mia Khalifa shared her support for Palestine
Mia Khalifa shared her support for Palestine in a string of posts on social media. @miakhalifa Instagram