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But I heard the Israeli actress got a lot of backlash from Jew-hating SJW’s, so I have to admit that sparked my interest, since I’ve been the subject of hate from those type of people all my life too, as a Jew.

Jews sure are in a strange position in this world; hated by Alt-righters and SJWs alike. Yes, I heard about Gal Gaddot’s troubles, though I heard about some Muslim people (and even countries) rejecting the film merely because the star was Israeli, which I thought was strange.

Poor Gal! She first dealt with hate from Wonder Woman fans because they didn’t think she looked like Wonder Woman (her tiny boobies and slender physique); with American xenophobic fans who didn’t want Wonder Woman talking with a non-American, Mediterranean accent (despite the Amazons being literally Mediterranean!); and then she dealt with some angry Incel types hating on the film for being (allegedly) feminazi or too ‘women power’; then finally she had to handle Jew-haters. Give the lady a break, lol! No harm done though, her film did very well despite the boycots.

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