Mia Khalifa calls Israeli “Wonder Woman” actress “Genocide Barbie” over Israel-Palestinian comments

Mia Khalifa has targeted Gal Gadot over the Israel-Palestine conflict. (Twitter)

A Lebanese-American adult film actress is flying her pro-Palestine flag high as tensions continue to rise in the Middle East, referring to Israeli Defence Forces veteran-turned actress Gal Gadot as “Genocide Barbie.”

Mia Khalifa, who is “retired” but still maintains a presence on OnlyFans and other social media, cast shade on the “Wonder Woman” actress as IDF troops and Palestinians/Lebanese factions clash- particularly Gadot’s Instagram comments of how Israel (and its neighbors) “deserves to live as a free and safe nation.”

“My heart breaks. My country is at war. I worry for my family, my friends,” she wrote on May 12.

Khalifa took to Twitter, reposting a link that stated Wonder Woman 1984 would be on HBO Max again.

“We asked for the #SnyderCut, not Genocide Barbie,” wrote Khalifa.

According to Newsweek, Gadot has also been criticized by the son of Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, who claimed her neutral-ish stance was more “Swiss” than Israeli.

In the US, Khalifa has come under fire for both controversy related to the porn industry and her pro-gun control stance, including when she voluntarily surrendered her home defense firearm to law enforcement.

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