"please tell the freedom fighters in Palestine to flip their phones and film"
Mia Khalifa faced criticism after she weighed in on the Israel attack.
Tension between Israel and Palestine has been long-running. But things escalated when the militant Palestinian group Hamas launched a surprise attack.
The group fired thousands of rockets at civilian settlements.
At least 600 people have been killed and thousands more have been injured.
This has led to a series of retaliatory strikes.
Not one to stay quiet on the matter, Mia appeared to support the attack and wrote:
“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.”
In another post, Mia said:
“Can someone please tell the freedom fighters in Palestine to flip their phones and film horizontal.”
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
— Mia K. (@miakhalifa) October 7, 2023
The comments did not sit well with fans, with one person asking:
“You are enjoying the war?”
Another added: “They will never accept you into their club babe.”
A third wrote: “I’ll buy you an airline ticket so you can tell them yourself. One way.”
Hitting out at Mia’s comments, one user posted:
“They are dragging innocent women from their bedrooms and stuffing them into vans to be raped.
“But I know Mia made her living off the fantasy of that, so it’s hard to ask for sympathy…”
Stating that Mia would face death in Palestine for her past porn career, one comment read:
“One side would stone you to death, while the other would respect your rights as a person and a woman, even if you decide to make a living being naked on the internet.
Others labelled Mia Khalifa’s comments “disgusting”.
It is not the first time that Mia has found herself in hot water for her controversial posts.
After Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, the former adult film star posted a picture instructing followers how to make a molotov cocktail.
Meanwhile, Mia Khalifa has expressed fears that her nude photos will recirculate.
She said: “I’m really afraid that my nudes will start circulating around again, but lately working in Europe I’ve been feeling good about creating artistically beautiful things and that has been giving me confidence to show more.
“Even when I’ve done photos without a top, I’ve felt more comfortable because I haven’t felt overtly sexual – if someone sexualises those photos it’s their problem, not mine.
“When trolls attack me with disgusting comments on Twitter and use my photos, I don’t recognise myself in that person, and I feel sorry for her, for where she was mentally and how little I loved and respected myself and how she tried to win the approval of others.
“Maybe right now I feel empowered by my OnlyFans because I do things my own way on there, there’s no nudity, I don’t do what people expect when they get on there.
“I post fun, beautiful pictures that make me feel empowered, and it also makes me feel powerful to block people who say rude things to me.”