Women are seen shopping at a mall in Dubai.
Gulf Today Report
Amid the on-going situation between Palestine and Israel, many countries have shown support to the innocent Palestinian lives lost. The UAE is one of them. The emirate of Dubai shows their support to the Palestinians.
Social media is flooded with the painful cries of innocent lives and their bloody experiences leaving audiences fuming.
UAE residents are spreading the word to try and boycott products that support Israel amid this tension.
Harvey Nichols in Dubai which sells exclusive designer brands & products is removing Cult Gaia after their owner showed support for Israel on social media.
The owner of the store, Jasmin Larian, made her Instagram page private after everyone objected on her post which openly declared that she supports Israel’s decision to defend itself.
Other than Harvey Nichols, Bloomindales and Farfetch also joined the boycott.
In total 212 Palestinians have been killed in Gaza, including at least 61 children, and more than 1,400 wounded — whilst in Israel, ten people have died, including one child, with hundreds injured, according to officials on both sides.
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