The Palestinian artist, Maysa Abdel-Hadi, was wounded by the bullets of the Israeli occupation army, during her participation in a protest against the displacement of Palestinians following the attacks in the Ahl Sheikh Jarrah neighborhood, in Jerusalem.
Director Amr Salama published a picture of her on social media (Twitter) and (Facebook), commenting: “The creative Palestinian actress, Maysa Abdel Hadi, who represented American and Arab works, won prizes in international festivals.”
He added, “She was shot by the Israeli police, and wounded when she was participating in demonstrations to protest the forced eviction of Palestinian families from their homes in the Sheikh Jarrah neighborhood.”
Maysa Abd al-Hadi is a Palestinian film actress, television and theater actress. She was born in Nazareth on November 15, 1985, and is 36 years old.
She received a bachelor’s degree in hydrotherapy from the (Wingate) Institute for Physical Education and Sports, and won the Best Actress Award at the 2011 Dubai Film Festival for her first film role, Layla, for the film (My Love Rusk Kharban), according to what was reported by (Fuchsia) newspaper.
In a previous context, Abdel Hadi presented the role of Mona Gamal Abdel Nasser in the movie (The Angel), and she had a new dramatic experience in Ramadan 2017, with the Jordanian artist Rajai Kawas, in the series (Love Love).
Abdel Hadi participated in American and Arab works that won awards in international festivals, and worked as a jury member at the Tetouan Mediterranean Film Festival in the short films category.
She also participated in the plays: “Oh sun, don’t go away, stay close” (2011), directed by Mounir Bakri – Ensemble Fringe Theater, Nazareth, Tafsha (2013) – Ensemble Fringe Theater, Nazareth, Ejazah (2013), by Philip Barry, directed by George Ibrahim and Carla Blank. The Kasbah Theater, Ramallah, Zahrat Al-Urjwan, directed by Muhammad Munadra – The Theater of Imagination, War or Love by Carlo Goldoni, directed by Amer Hlehel – The Academy of Arts, Four Women by the writer Pam James, directed by Orna Akkad – The Academy of Arts, scenes from 68 years directed by Chris White – Arcola Theater, London.