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Gaza Demonstration At The Oscars

During the 96th Oscars, pro-Palestinian protesters gathered outside the Dolby Theater in Los Angeles to demonstrate for an immediate ceasefire in Gaza. Some Hollywood stars, including Ramy Youssef, Mark Ruffalo and Billie Eilish, came to the hall with red pins symbolizing the demand for a ceasefire in Gaza.

Before the award ceremony in Los Angeles, the ceremony hall in the city center was the scene of a demonstration in support of Palestine.

The demonstrators, carrying Palestinian flags, shouted slogans such as “Free Palestine” and “Immediate ceasefire in Gaza” and demanded an immediate ceasefire in the region.

Due to the demonstration in front of the Dolby Theater where the ceremony was held, traffic was stopped and police took security measures in the vicinity.

HOLLYWOOD STARS BROCHURE “CEASEFIRE IN GAZA”

On the other hand, some actors, including famous Hollywood stars such as Ramy Youssef, Mark Ruffalo and Billie Eilish, came to the hall with red pins symbolizing the demand for a “ceasefire in Gaza”.

Mark Ruffalo
Posing on the Red Carpet, the actors posed for the cameras with red brooches as part of the “Artists4Ceasefire” platform created by movie actors calling for a ceasefire in Gaza.

“STOP KILLING CHILDREN”
Famous Hollywood actor Ramy Youssef said ahead of the 96th Oscar award ceremony, “We call for an immediate and lasting ceasefire in Gaza. We call for peace and lasting justice for the Palestinian people. This is actually a universal message: Stop killing children.”

Billie Eilish

Mücahid Ahlatçı

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