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Mia Khalifa Dropped By Playboy Over Comments on Israel-Hamas

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Playboy has fired Mia Khalifa due to her comments on the ongoing Israel-Hamas conflict.

In a newsletter sent to its subscribed members, Playboy revealed that it has ended its association with Khalifa and has additionally removed her channel from their creator platform.

The magazine stated that, although it supports free expression and constructive political debate, it strictly prohibits hate speech with a zero-tolerance policy.

“We are writing today to let you know of our decision to terminate Playboy’s relationship with Mia Khalifa, including deleting Mia’s Playboy channel on our creator platform,” the statement read.

Mia Khalifa found herself in the midst of controversy when she strongly backed the terrorist group Hamas following their lethal assault on Israel.

In one of her social media posts, Khalifa even encouraged “freedom fighters” to record executions horizontally by flipping their phones.

Mia Khalifa Tweet

She has not only been fired from Playboy but also from a podcast deal with Todd Shapiro, a Canada-based podcaster and radio show host, due to her support for Palestine in the ongoing conflict between Israel and Hamas.

“If you can look at the situation and not be on the side of Palestinians, then you are on the wrong side of apartheid and history will show that in time,” she said in another post on X (formerly known as Twitter).

Shapiro swiftly denounced Khalifa’s tweet as “horrendous” and informed her that she should “consider herself fired effective immediately.” He further emphasized the importance of unity among humans when confronted with such a tragedy.

Khalifa’s tweet arrived at a moment when the overall death count on both sides has exceeded 1,600 due to the ongoing conflict between Israel and Palestine.

At least 900 individuals have lost their lives, while 2,600 have sustained injuries due to the Hamas attack.

Consequently, the Israeli strikes have resulted in the deaths of 704 individuals, including 143 children and 105 women, with over 4,000 people injured in Gaza thus far.


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