Nile death banned in Lebanon and Kuwait because of Gal Gadot .’s past IDF involvement


Death on the Nile will not be released in two Middle Eastern countries due to Gal Gadotconnect with Israel Defense Forces.

Israeli actor who starred in Kenneth Branagh’s much-delayed adaptation of Agatha Christie alongside Armie Hammer and Russell Brand.

Death on the Nile opens globally on Friday (January 11).

However, the film will not be released in Lebanon and Kuwait as a protest against Gadot’s past support of the IDF, Limit line confirmed. It was released elsewhere in the Middle East over the weekend.

The Independent Have reached out to a Gadot representative for comment.

Based on Daily mail, Death on the Nile was banned in Kuwait following social media protests over Gadot’s role.

The actor served two years in the Israeli military and famously expressed his support for Israeli forces when it led the military offensive against Gaza in 2014.

Last year, she disable comments on a tweet called for unity in the midst of a period of intense conflict between Israeli and Palestine, which many believers have interpreted as pro-Israel propaganda.

In 2017, Gadot’s Wonder Woman to be Officially banned in Lebanon and Qatar due to her involvement with the IDF.

Lebanon also blocked the release of its sequel Wonder Woman 1984.

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Tom Vazquez

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