Actress Celina Jaitly is quite active on social media. Recently the actress shared a post on her X account regarding Gaza and Israel. Expressing her views in the post, the actress appealed all the countries to remain united. Now the post of the actress is going viral on social media.
Sharing her photo at United Nations she wrote “As a humanitarian, as a true Hindu woman, my religious beliefs, my dharma and the teachings of my beautiful religion does not allow me to watch and stay silent as thousands of children, their parents, homes are being eradicated in bombings and as warplanes resume the pounding of Gaza, my heart sinks at the images that are pouring in and of the devastation that lies ahead. I stand for children of #gaza I stand for children of #isreal caught in political conflict and suffering the consequences of IRRESPONSIBLE DECISIONS ON BOTH SIDES !!”
As a humanitarian, as a true Hindu woman, my religious beliefs, my dharma and the teachings of my beautiful religion does not allow me to watch and stay silent as thousands of children, their parents, homes are being eradicated in bombings and as warplanes resume the pounding of… pic.twitter.com/21ub72xdnz
— Celina Jaitly (@CelinaJaitly) December 1, 2023
She further said that the ceasefire must continue, hostages must be released as they are children only. The war must stop and the world must come together to ensure this.
Celina further appreciated India’s stand at UN. She wrote “I applaud India at @un as they vote in favour of the United Nations resolution condemning #isreal settlement activities in the “Occupied Palestinian Territory, including East Jerusalem, and in the occupied Syrian Golan” that was approved on Thursday. India was among 145 nations that voted in favour of the resolution as against seven countries that voted against and 18 that abstained from voting”.
Later on she said that when she die, she doesn’t want to be known as the person on the wrong side of history as she summon courage to speak up for the little children of both sides caught in conflict. She has a voice and her conscience dictates that she must use it.
This comes after India’s vote in favour of a draft resolution in the UN General Assembly that expressed deep concern over Israel not withdrawing from the Syrian Golan.