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Tom Cruise Stopped his Agent being fired for Pro-Palestine Comment

Wednesday, November 22, 2023 • Tamil Comments
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Maha Dakhil was removed from CAA leadership for supporting Palestine on Instagram. Tom Cruise backed her by showing his support. Variety reports that Daha was sacked as motion pictures co-chief. Tom Cruise told CAA he supported her, thus she was allowed to stay as an agent.

Tom Cruise met Maha Dakhil at her CAA office on November 15. The publication reported that Tom "took the rare step of going in person to show support for his angry agent".

One of CAA's top managers, Maha Dakhil, sparked a commotion with her Instagram posts last month, asking "What's more heartbreaking than witnessing genocide?" Witnessing murder denial. She departed the board after publishing an Instagram photo with the caption "You're currently learning who supports genocide." and being criticized by agency employees. Her description read, "That's the line for me."

After being criticized by friends and rival news sites, Maha Dakhil removed the photos and apologized. "I used rude language in a repost on my Instagram Story, which was my mistake." My damaged heart has hurt me like many others. Maha told Variety in October, "I'm proud to be on the side of peace and humanity."Some Hollywood stars disagree with the Israel-Hamas war, including Maha. Susan Sarandon left UTA after speaking at a pro-Palestine demonstration, a spokeswoman told Deadline.

At a pro-Palestine march, the Oscar-winner remarked, "There are a lot of people afraid of being Jewish at this time, and are getting a taste of what it feels like to be a Muslim in this country."During the Israel-Hamas battle, Susan Sarandon advised others to maintain supporting Palestinians in recorded comments. The event, she added, "People are questioning, standing up, learning, and moving away from brainwashing that began when they were kids."

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