Jordanians Call to Ban 'Death on the Nile' Over Israeli Star Gal Gadot's Role

After being banned in Lebanon and Kuwait, 'Death on the Nile' is the target of activists in Jordan, where the Gal Gadot movie was approved by censors after a homosexual scene was cut

Sheren Falah Saab
Sheren Falah Saab
Sheren Falah Saab
Sheren Falah Saab

After it was banned from movie theaters in Kuwait and Lebanon, activists in Jordan launched a social media campaign over the weekend calling to ban the American movie “Death on the Nile” in the country as well, because it features Israeli actress Gal Gadot.

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