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Madonna’s Amazing Ceasefire Plan (in Photos)


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Madonna has been trying to negotiate an end to the bloodshed in the Middle East via Instagram for a while now, even providing step-by-step instructions–if only the leaders of Israel and Palestine would pay attention!

Obviously, the proposal involves objectifying hunky half-naked dancers with religious symbols painted on their six-pack abs. When you add The Queen of Pop, the blinding hotness of it all will surely make both Israel and Hamas lay down their weapons.

The above photo was captioned, “No Separation! We all bleed the same color! #ceasefire #peaceinthemiddleeast #livingforlove”

No truer words have ever been spoken.

Here’s the plan:

Step 1: Flowers for the children of Gaza.

Caption: “These flowers are like the innocent children of GAZA! Who has a right to destroy them? No One!!!! CEASE FIRE! #peaceinthemiddleeast”

Step 2: Defend your position.

We all know what happens when a high profile person weighs in on Israel, but Madonna proved she would not back down when fans immediately accused her of sympathizing with Hamas.

Caption: “I do not support Hamas! I support human dignity and respect! I support sharing! I support Peace! #ceasefire”

Step 3: Bring in the dancers.

Another glimpse of the Middle Eastern-looking hotties. (She even threw in a little Hebrew.)

Caption: “Cease Fire ! Inshallah!!! Baruch Hashem!! Praise the Lord! #ceasefireforever #peaceinthemiddleeast #livingforlove”

Step 4: Ward off the Evil Eye.

Earlier this week she posted this picture of a lovely hamsa with “peace” written in Hebrew, English, and Arabic:

Caption: “Cease fire on both sides! The children of Gaza need our support! www.anera.org #ceasefire #peaceinthemiddleeast #livingforlove”

Step 5: Make love not war.

Caption: “Make Love not War! Remove all walls and anything that separates! Come together! Unity Conciousness! #revolutionoflove”

Mind blown. Your move, world leaders.


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Rachel SilbersteinRachel Silberstein is a journalist and editor. She has written about politics, crime, health, immigration, religion and parenting. Her work has appeared in The New York Times, Tablet Magazine, New York Daily News, Jewcy, Feet In Two Worlds, XOJane, and now, Kveller. She received a BA from Brooklyn College, where she served as editor in chief of the campus weekly, The Kingsman, and won two coveted journalism prizes for her investigative reporting. She lives in Brooklyn with her son and guinea pig.

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