Hollywood actors, film directors, writers and artists have condemned the Israeli terrorist label on Palestinian human rights groups. In an open letter, they described the incident as an unprecedented barbaric attack on human rights.

In an open letter, the Hollywood actors and directors said that six Palestinian organizations have been banned in order to prevent Israel from being held accountable for its racist Israeli human rights violations and institutional discrimination against Palestinians.

Notable among the stars who signed the letter were Richard Gray, Mark Raffaello, Tidda Sunton, Susan Sarandon and Simon Pegg.

Last month, Israel branded the Palestinian human rights group a “terrorist organization.” In addition, the country accuses these organizations of collaborating with militants.

The United Nations and human rights watchdogs have criticized Israel’s move.

The Israeli Defense Ministry claims that the Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine (PLFP) has links to the groups that have been accused. The PLFP has been accused of carrying out armed attacks against Israel.

Palestinian human rights groups Adamir and al-Haq are among the groups that have been branded as terrorist organizations by Israel. These organizations collect documents on human rights abuses in the West Bank by Israel and the Western-backed Palestinian Authority.

The Israeli Defense Ministry says the organizations that have been accused of receiving fraud receive large sums of money from various European countries and international organizations. This money is spent in collaboration with PLFP activities.

Hulk star Mark Rafalo is vocal about Israel’s brutal attacks on Palestinians. He has spoken before about the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.

In an interview last year, he said, “Israel’s policies and strategies should be questioned. Any state should think twice before shaking hands with them. ‘

He also called on the international community to impose sanctions on Israel. He says sanctions on South Africa have helped liberate blacks, and sanctions on Israel to liberate Palestinians are a matter of time.

A Palestinian youth named Sami al-Maur has died in an Israeli prison without treatment.

The Palestinian Authority said in a statement on Thursday.

Protests against Zionist Israel erupted on Thursday in the occupied West Bank over the death of a Palestinian prisoner.

Israeli doctors have also expressed concern about the health of another Palestinian prisoner who has been on hunger strike for more than four months in Israeli jails. Four more Palestinian prisoners are on a hunger strike against illegal detention by Israeli forces.

Palestinian youth Qaid al-Fassouf has been on a hunger strike for more than four months in protest of Israel’s administrative detention policy.

Phosphorus is currently being treated at the Barzillai Medical Center in Israel. According to the Palestinian Information Center, quoting one of his brothers, doctors said that Qaed’s blood was clotting, which could eventually lead to his death.

In addition, the Palestinian prisoner is suffering from irregular heartbeat, kidney problems and low blood pressure, and is severely deficient in vitamins and fluids.

The Palestinian Prisoners of War Commission has warned that Fassouf’s condition is critical and that he could die at any time.

Phosphus, 34, has been on hunger strike for the past 124 days. He went on a hunger strike to protest the years-long detention of Palestinian prisoners in Israeli jails.

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