Noah Schnapp Says His Gaza War Views Were ‘MISCONSTRUED’ As ‘STRANGER THINGS’ Kicks Off Production.
Noah Schnapp Says His Gaza War Views Were ‘MISCONSTRUED’ As ‘STRANGER THINGS’ Kicks Off Production.

Noah Schnapp has clarified his stance on Israel’s ongoing conflict with Gaza, addressing the backlash he faced on social media. The “Stranger Things” actor, who recently shared his thoughts on the situation, stated in a TikTok video that his views were “misconstrued.” This comes as the show resumes production for its final season amid calls for a boycott due to Schnapp’s earlier comments.

Noah Schnapp Clarification On TikTok 

In a video posted on TikTok this week, the actor said he “just wanted to come on here super briefly to discuss everything that’s been going on online.”  

“I feel like my thoughts and beliefs have been so far misconstrued from anything even close to what I believe, and I wanted to just state from my heart how I feel. I only want peace and safety and security for all innocent people affected by this conflict,” Schnapp said.  

Noah Schnapp acknowledged his initial response to Hamas’s October 7 attack, expressing fear as a Jewish American for those in Israel and calling for peace for both Palestinians and Israelis. He urged people to choose humanity over violence and recognize the collective fight against terrorism. When news of Hamas’s Oct. 7 attack broke out, Schnapp was quick to take to social media.  

Noah Schnapp’s Earlier Post On Israel-Palestine War

“As a Jewish American, I am afraid,” Schnapp wrote in the since-deleted post. “Afraid for my brothers and sisters in Israel, who have been senselessly attacked by Hamas. I am truly heartbroken to see the brutal murders of innocent children, women and soldiers fighting to defend themselves. I, like others, want peace for both Palestinians and Israelis. Let’s stop the rhetoric and choosing sides. Instead, we must recognise that we are all on the side of the fight against terrorism. Choose humanity over violence.”  

Noah Schnapp was also seen in a video wearing stickers that read “Zionism is sexy” and “Hamas Is Isis,” and has also allegedly liked posts on Instagram mocking Palestinians and Muslims. 

The actor, who had previously been seen wearing stickers with controversial statements, clarified his position in the latest TikTok video. He called for an end to hostility on both sides, standing against the killing of innocent people, and expressed hope for harmonious coexistence in the region.

In his latest TikTok video, he appealed for understanding, compassion, and unity among people, emphasizing the shared humanity regardless of race, ethnicity, background, country of birth, or sexuality. He called for collective support for humanity and peace in the year 2024.

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