The order, which temporary suspends the Syria refugee program and visa entry from seven Muslim-majority countries, sparked demonstrations across the country. Social media users shared pictures of the Hadid sisters attending a march on Sunday in New York City. They carried a sign that read, “We are all Hindus, Buddhists, Muslims, Atheists, Christians, Jews.” Bella later posted a picture from the event on Instagram.
The models’ father, Mohamed Hadid, and Gigi’s boyfriend, Zayn Malik, are Muslims. While President Trump’s administration claimed the executive order wasn’t a “Muslim ban,” the order was widely criticized as discriminatory against those who practice Islam.
[H/T Marie Claire]
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