Dua Lipa weighs in on Gaza: You can feel all the lives being lost

Dua Lipa weighs in on Gaza: You can feel all the lives being lost

The singer and songwriter Dua Lipa spoke about the conflict in the Gaza Strip that exploded on October 7 and has so far claimed thousands of lives.

In an interview he gave to the magazine Rolling Stonesthe 28-year-old artist assured that the war between Israel and the Hamas group “It’s a difficult topic because it’s very polarizing.”

In October 2023, days after the outbreak warvarious artists, including Dua Lipa, Selena Gomez and Kali Uchissigned a letter addressed to Joe Biden urging a ceasefire in the Gaza Strip.

“We urge your administration, Congress, and all world leaders to honor all lives in the Holy Land and call for and facilitate a ceasefire without delay: an end to the bombing of Gaza and the safe release of the hostages,” the letter states. .

In that sense, Dua Lipa He assured said media that does not agree with what the Islamist group is doing in the Gaza Strip and that each is very valuable.

“There is a world where you can feel all the lives that are being lost. And I have to say it: I do not approve of what Hamas is doing (…) every life is very valuable,” the British-Lebanese told the magazine.

“I feel very bad for every Israeli life lost and for what happened on October 7 (…) right now, what matters is the lives that have been lost in Gaza and the innocent civilians, all the lives that are being lost.” “There are not enough world leaders taking a stand and talking about the humanitarian crisis that is occurring, the humanitarian ceasefire that needs to happen,” he added.

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Finally, Dua Lipa assured that people immersed in music do not make a difference by making a post referring to the conflict between, Israel and Hamasbut “hopefully, showing solidarity, which sometimes is the only thing you feel you can do, is important.”

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