Jolie has shared two social-media posts in the past week about the conflict.
In her first post, Jolie cited her longtime work with the United Nations supporting refugees and wrote that her “focus is on the people displaced by violence in any context.”
She added that while “what happened in Israel is an act of terror,” it “cannot justify the innocent lives lost in bombing a civilian population in Gaza.”
In a later post, which featured a photo appearing to show a recent Israeli strike in the Gaza Strip, she wrote that Gaza was “fast becoming a mass grave” as a result of Israel’s airstrikes and that “the world watches” as “millions of Palestinian civilians — children, women, families — are being collectively punished.” The Gaza Health Ministry says more than 9,000 Palestinians have been killed.
Voight shared a video in response to his daughter’s comments to both X and Instagram, which he captioned: “Truth and lies.”
Sitting in front of an American flag, Voight said: “I am very disappointed that my daughter, like so many, has no understanding of God’s honor, God’s truths,” he said.
Voight was raised Catholic but said on “Life, Liberty & Levin” on Fox News in 2018 that he felt he had a “real responsibility” to stand up to antisemitism because of his childhood exposure to a Jewish community in Scarsdale, New York.
Before signing off his video, Voight urged people to “recognize that Hamas” was “destroying their own people, not Israel.”
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