Madonna’s Call for Peace Sparks Online Backlash and Increased Security on Tour

Madonna has received a barrage of hate mail online for calling for peace in Israel’s protracted, brutal war with the Palestinians.

As a result, she has been granted additional security on her global tour.

Security has been increased around the pop queen as she continues her current Celebration Tour, which saw the 65-year-old perform in London last week, due to the outpouring of hatred.

“What’s happening between Israel and Palestine right now is obviously heartbreaking, and nobody wants to see what’s happening,” she said to the sold-out audience.

What in the world is going on, as I witness children being shot and killed at peace raves, kidnapped, tossed off motorcycles, and decapitated babies?The singer went on to say that she was “scared and scared” by the rising hostilities, but that it would be “irresponsible” to remain silent.

Some pro-Palestine activists reacted angrily to the Like A Prayer star’s remarks.She was called a “Zionist witch” and a “criminal” in a number of social media posts in response to her comments regarding the October 7 slaughter carried out by Hamas terrorists.

The singer was reportedly upset when multiple images of damaged or dead newborns were shared to her social media accounts, with some people even going so far as to question her capacity as a mother.

Madonna was made fun of in other tweets on her official social media accounts for her interest in the ancient Jewish mystical practise of kabbalah.

The singing artist was reared as a Catholic and only became interested in Jewish mystics after a friend exposed her to literature.

Anti-Israel extremists have called her a “kabbalah b****” in posts that the Mail saw on Sunday.

‘Devastated and shocked’ by the response to her intervention over the deadly situation in the Middle East, Madonna’s friends told the Mail on Sunday.

This was especially true as she had tried not to take sides in her statement.

A senior music industry official engaged in the massive tour, however, revealed that security had been “stepped up and bolstered” at Madonna’s concerts due to concerns about her safety during the incident.

The yearly MTV European Music Awards (EMAs), which were originally supposed to happen in Paris on November 5, were rescheduled last week due to concerns that the festive occasion did not seem appropriate at this time.

However, it is acknowledged that the decision to postpone the concert was also influenced by security concerns over the performers.

On Sunday, Madonna will resume her tour in Antwerp, Belgium.Her tour managers are optimistic there won’t be a need to cancel.

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