On Monday, Priyanka Chopra used Instagram Stories to share a post that called for a ceasefire in Palestine and highlighted the terrible effects that Israeli bombardment was having on hundreds of children and minors. The first article was published by UNICEF, a United Nations organisation that provides humanitarian and developmental aid to children worldwide.

Priyanka Chopra reposted a message that included a comment attributed to UNICEF executive director Catherine Russell, highlighting the critical need for a long-term humanitarian ceasefire to protect children’s welfare.It said, “Children need a lasting humanitarian ceasefire.”

“Today, the Gaza Strip is once again the most dangerous place in the world to be a child,” stated the UN’s initial post. The awful violence that has been occurring for the past seven days has returned. The effect will undoubtedly be more children dying. Prior to the ceasefire, 48 days of nonstop bombardment are said to have killed around 5,300 Palestinian children; however, this number does not include the large number of children who are still missing and thought to be buried under debris.”

Additionally, the caption stated, “We call on all parties to uphold their obligations under international humanitarian law by ensuring the protection and assistance of children.” “With the resumption of fighting in Gaza, UNICEF Executive Director Catherine Russell stated that all children in the state of Palestine and Israel deserve peace and hope for a better future.”

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A number of well-known individuals signed an open letter in November urging the US Congress and US President Joe Biden to act quickly to defuse the situation and implement a ceasefire in Gaza in light of the growing number of Palestinian casualties. In addition to a number of celebrities, including Richard Gere, Hasan Minhaj, Gigi and Bella Hadid, Priyanka Chopra was among the artists calling for an end to hostilities.