After Music Festival Attack, Kylie Jenner Deletes Pro-Israel Post

by Patria

After the country was attacked, Kylie Jenner posted and deleted a pro-Israel message.

At least 260 people were killed Saturday at the Universo Paralello electronic music festival in Israel, near the Gaza Strip, after Hamas militants launched an attack on Israel.

In the wake of the attack, the makeup mogul took to Instagram to share a pro-Israel message from the Stand With Us account.

“Now and always we stand with the people of Israel,” the post read, with a caption of an image of the Israeli flag. “SHARE if you stand with the people of Israel as they face one of the most frightening situations in many years.”

Kylie, 26, shared the post and then took it down an hour later after she received a backlash.

“Truly shocked. A smart successful businesswoman and supporter of genocide please do your research before posting,” one commenter wrote, while another asked, “Where’s your humanity?”

The Israeli line-up for the festival included Aladin, Artifex, Astral Project, Flarejackalon, Jumpstreet, Kido, Libra, Man With No Name, Noface, Protanica, Rocky Tilbor, Shove, Spectasonic, Swarup and Wegha. The event ran Friday through Saturday before Hamas militants launched a rocket attack Saturday morning at 6:30am and Hamas operatives directly attacked festivalgoers thirty minutes later.

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