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This is how you can donate to Gaza relief funds

On Sunday, an Israeli airstrike hit the southern Gaza city of Rafah and set fire to a displacement camp, which had previously been declared a “safe zone” for Palestinians.

According to reports, the airstrike killed at least 45 civilians, mostly displaced women and children, leading to further global outcry.

From influencers to A-list actors, a host of Irish stars have pleaded for an end to the ongoing conflict between Israel and Palestine and shared fundraisers to raise Gaza relief funds.


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Harrowing videos of children burning alive and the cries of civilians have been circulated online to highlight the devastation of the situation.

An Instagram template which has been shared by over 39 million people around the world reads: “All eyes on Rafah.”

A host of Irish stars shared their demand for a ceasefire including Hozier, Vogue Williams, Nicola Coughlan, Gráinne Seoige, Rosie Connolly, Pippa O’Connor, Doireann Garrihy, Eric Roberts, Erin McGregor, Georgie Crawford, Denise Kenny Byrne, Lisa McGowan, Michelle Regazzoli, Rachel Gorry, Aimee Connolly, Louise Cooney, Carl Mullan, Rozanna Purcell, Bonnie Ryan, Aoife Walsh, Suzanne Jackson, Brian Ormond, Terrie McEvoy, Muireann O’Connell, Holly Carpenter, Rosanna Davison, Kayleigh Trappe, Jess Redden, Aideen Kate, James Kavanagh, Miriam Mullins, Matthew McNabb, Katja Miaa, Rob Kearney, Karen Koster, Alan Cawley, Keilidh Cashell, Charleen Murphy, Joanna Coops, & Peter McGann.

Bridgerton star Nicola Coughlan has been especially vocal on the topic and has collaorated with Unicef to raise funds for Gaza.

The actress has explained why she has been wearing a ceasefire pin during the Bridgerton world tour.

The 37-year-old has joined a host of celebrities wearing the Artists4Ceasefire pin – which is calling for an end to the bombing in Gaza and the safe release of hostages.

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Artists4Ceasefire describe themselves as “a collective of artists and advocates who have come together in response to the humanitarian crisis unfolding in Israel and Palestine.”

“We are here to lend our voices and our platforms to amplify the global call for an immediate and permanent ceasefire, the safe return of all hostages, and the immediate delivery of humanitarian aid to the civilians in Gaza.”

Explaining her decision to wear the pin throughout the Bridgerton world tour, Nicola said: “It’s very important for me because I feel like I’m a very privileged person, I’m doing my dream job and getting to travel the world.”

You can donate via the links here: Unicef, Action Aid, Irish Red Cross, UN Crisis Relief, PCRF


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