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Susan Sarandon Dropped by Talent Agency After Pro-Palestine Rally, Sparking Debate in Hollywood

Hollywood starlet Susan Sarandon has actually been dropped by her skill firm after slamming Israel at a pro-Palestine rally last weekend, a representative for the company verified. The star likewise came under fire for sharing social networks posts by Pink Floyd co-founder Roger Waters, a singing critic of Israel's war in Gaza.

In a statement on Tuesday, United Skill Company (UTA) told Due date it would no longer work with the Oscar-winning starlet after she spoke at a pro-Palestine protest in New york city. In particular, Sarandon drew criticism for stating: "There are a graet deal of individuals afraid of being Jewish at this time, and are getting a taste of what it seems like to be a Muslim in this country."

"Individuals are questioning, people are standing, people are informing themselves, individuals are stepping far from the brainwashing that started when they were kids," she informed attendees at the rally, going on to thank "the Jewish neighborhood who's come out to have our backs."

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Sarandon also went on to share a pro-PALestine message from Roger Waters, who has actually frequently condemned Israel's policies toward the Palestinians throughout the years. Though critics have identified the artist anti-Semitic, he has consistently rejected the charge.

UTA's choice to part ways with Sarandon is the most recent debate linked to the continuous war between Israel and Hamas on the planet of home entertainment. Last month, a senior authorities at the CAA talent firm, Maha Dakhil, resigned after recommending Israel was committing "genocide" in a social networks post. She later on erased the message from her account, nevertheless, stating she had actually "made a mistake."

Following the current attack on Israel by Hamas, which led to the loss of various lives and took numerous others hostage, the CAA has actually released a declaration expressing solidarity with the Israeli people and denouncing such acts of terrorism.

Melissa Barrera, slated to star in the forthcoming horror movie 'Yell VI', was allegedly release from the project due to her social networks activity supporting Palestine, according to Variety and the Hollywood Reporter. Barrera had actually posted a message expressing solidarity with Palestine, specifying that she too came from a colonized country, and included a Mexican flag emoji. She likewise asserted that Palestine would eventually acquire flexibility.

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