Mia Khalifa sparks outrage as she tells Hamas ‘flip phones and film horizontal’

Mia Khalifa has sparked controversy after she told Hamas fighters to "flip their phones and film" their attack on Israel "horizontal".

The terrorist group launched the surprise assault yesterday morning (Saturday, October 7), firing thousands of rockets at civilian settlements. At least 250 people were killed in the initial attack and thousands more have been injured.

Mia, 30, took to X (formerly Twitter) where she weighed in on this weekend's attacks. "If you can look at the situation in Palestine and not be on the side of Palestinians, then you are on the wrong side of apartheid and history will show that in time," she said.

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Ever the fan of a hot take, the adult star-turned-influencer then wrote in a second post: "Can someone please tell the freedom fighters in Palestine to flip their phones and film horizontal."

But the comments didn't sit well with fans. One person wrote: "You are enjoying the war?". Another added: "They will never accept u into their club babe."

Meanwhile a third added: "I’ll buy you an airline ticket so you can tell them yourself. One way."

It's not the first time Mia has found herself in hot water for her controversial posts. Following Russia's invasion of Ukraine, the star took to social media where she posted a picture instructing followers how to make a molotov cocktail – a type of makeshift bomb.

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Some fans have responded positively to the star's post and thanked her for standing by them. "In Ukraine we say 'Ikoha' (Icon) about such brave women," one wrote, while another added: "Thank you for your contribution to guerrilla warfare; you always in our dreams….. love you."

But others weren't pleased. One slammed: "It's useful for Ukrainians, but delete the image please. Some accounts of twitter shouldn't know how to make a bomb."

At least 250 people have been killed in Hamas' attack on Israel, dubbed "Operation Al-Aqsa Storm", while a further 3,200 are injured. The group claims to have taken a number of hostages – both civilian and IDF (Israel Defence Forces) fighters.

Meanwhile Mohammad Deif, a senior Hamas military commander, took to the group's media channels to call on Palestinians to join what he called "Operation Al-Aqsa Storm". He said: "This is the day of the greatest battle end the last occupation on earth," and called for fighters to "set the earth on fire under the feet of the occupiers."

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