Hollywood Stars Blast Hezbollah

Ynet reports:

Heads of the film industry in Hollywood and prominent movie stars have signed a statement blaming Hamas and Hizbullah for terror activities in the Middle East, the war in Lebanon, and for harming innocents.

Some 84 senior film industry members signed the statement, published in the Hollywood Reporter newspaper, the Los Angeles Times, and the Variety newspaper.

Among the signatories: Sylvester Stallone, James Woods, Bruce Willis, director Ridley Scott, tennis player Serena Williams, Nicole Kidman, Michael Douglas, Dennis Hopper, William Hurt, Josh Malina, Kelly Preston, Danny DeVito, Don Johnson, and media tycoon Rupert Murdock.…

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5 responses to “Hollywood Stars Blast Hezbollah

  1. PishPosh

    SSS, great article. Ive thought so for the past 33 years since my yeshiva days when Glatt first made its appearance and I was going “what the hell”

  2. AMERICA AND ISRAEL are the cause of this war they (hibullah & hamas) are just protecting their countrie the jews are killing innocent muslim people and why is amrica aloud to give Israel nucleur weapons and Iran cant give any to protect the people in lebanon this war is goin on for more then 50 years and may god bless lebanon and not america

  3. Dovid Lerner

    Huzly, there is one thing I have to say to you: Go to hell!

    Iran want’s to wipe Israel off the face of the map!

    On the subject of the post: It’s nice to see famous people making a statement, like it or not these people have alot of influence over their fans, (For example, anything that happens with Nicole Kidman life is front page news here).

    It’s nice to see Murdoch working with the rest of “liberal hollywood” 🙂

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