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Muslim beauty blogger refuses to accept a Revlon award from Jewish film star Gal Gadot

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Muslims never miss an opportunity to hate on the Jews. No matter how happy or light or unrelated to their endless hatred a particular thing is, they always bring their evil to the festivities. Islamic Jew-hatred – it poisons these people to the point of madness and self-destruction.

Why Revlon would even bestow this ugly piece of work with a beauty award is beyond me. Ronald Perelman, call you office.

Why this Muslim beauty blogger refuses to accept a Revlon award from Gal Gadot

Yahoo, January 20, 2018 (thanks to Lookmann):

Muslim beauty blogger Amani Al-Khatahtbeh, a.k.a., Muslim Girl, is rejecting a Revlon award because of its brand ambassador Gal Gadot, who she says supports the “oppression of women and girls.”

“I cannot accept this award from Revlon with Gal Gadot as the ambassador,” Amani wrote Tuesday on Instagram of the Changemaker award from Revlon’s new #LiveBoldly campaign, an initiative to celebrate diverse beauty.

“Her vocal support of the Israeli Defense Forces’ action in Palestine goes against MuslimGirl.com’s morals and values,” Amani wrote. “I can’t, in good conscience, accept this award from the brand and celebrate Gal’s ambassadorship after the IDF imprisoned a 16-year-old girl named Ahed Tamimi last month, an activist who is currently still incarcerated. I think we are in a moment where we must persist that women’s empowerment includes ALL women. From the bottom of my heart, I feel I would not embody the meaning of the Changemaker Award if I were to accept it in these circumstances.”

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