The most listened to song in Israel.. A song calling for the killing of Nasrallah, Haniyeh, Al-Deif, Mia Khalifa, and Bella Hadid

2023-12-04 17:43:37

The war song, titled “Charbu Darbu,” was inspired by the Syrian Arabic language, and specifically means “swords and blows,” according to the Hebrew newspaper The Times of Israel.


In a list containing dozens of famous names, including politicians, artists and influencers, a new song with “hip-hop” rhythms called for ending the life of the former porn star, Mia Khalifa, because of her supportive and clear positions towards the Palestinian cause and the people of Palestine, since Hamas’s sudden attack on Israel on the 7th of October.

The song, titled “Charbu Darbu,” was inspired by the Syrian Arabic language, and specifically means “swords and blows,” according to the Hebrew newspaper “The Times of Israel.”

The song, which topped the list of most-streamed songs in Israel, was written by the duo Ness Ve Stilla, which consists of Nesia Levy and Dor Soroker.

The lyrics of the controversial work say, “Left, right, left, how can the entire country be in military uniform from Galilee (north) to Eilat (south)? We have gathered the entire army against you, and we affirm that there is no forgiveness or forgiveness, O sons of Amalek (one of the worst enemies of Israel).

The last phrase compares the Hamas movement to the behavior of the enemy of the Children of Israel, according to what was stated in the Torah. Amalek is a name inspired by the Old Testament, and it was used by the Arabs to refer to the tribes of the Canaanites, Amorites, and Assyrians, in addition to some Arab tribes that lived in the Arabian Peninsula.

In the song, the lyrics of which emphasize the ability of the Israeli army to weaken Hamas, the names of the “enemies” that the duo want to “get rid of” are mentioned, including the Secretary-General of Hezbollah, Hassan Nasrallah, the head of the Hamas Political Bureau, Ismail Haniyeh, and Muhammad al-Deif, the leader of the Hamas movement. The Izz al-Din al-Qassam Brigades, the mastermind of the surprise attack launched by Hamas on Israel on “Black Saturday,” as some call it.

In addition to politicians who pose a real threat to Israel, according to Hebrew media, and statements by Israeli officials, the song included the names of singers and celebrities such as Mia Khalifa, the American model of Palestinian origin, Bella Hadid, and the Albanian singer Dua Lipa, who expressed their solidarity with the Palestinians in Gaza as a result of the war. The ongoing Israeli violent attacks targeting the Gaza Strip.

The song’s lyrics stated, “The end of every woman/Bella Hadid, Dupa Lipa, and Mia Khalifa will come.”

In her first comment on the song “Charbu Darbu,” Khalifa said on the “X” platform: “This song calling on the Israeli army to kill me, Bella and Dua is nothing more than a drill beat (a type of violent music with shocking lyrics that originated in the United States) that they cannot even Calling for genocide through their own music, they had to colonize something to get that result.”

Recent weeks have witnessed an unprecedented confrontation between Israel, Hamas, and other factions, with many activists around the world declaring their solidarity with Israel, while many chose to support the Palestinians, and denounced what they call the “genocide” carried out by Israel in the Gaza Strip.

This division was very clearly evident on social media platforms, where public figures who called for a ceasefire, supported Israel, or even expressed sympathy for the Palestinians were subjected to waves of harsh criticism.

Demonstrations in world capitals demanded the provision of aid to civilians besieged in Gaza, due to Israel’s imposition of a tight siege on the city since October 9, when water, food, electricity, and fuel were cut off.

The entire population of the Gaza Strip has been suffering for weeks from a major shortage of supplies, and the United Nations World Food Program warned on Tuesday of a “high risk of famine” in the Gaza Strip, which is inhabited by 2.4 million people, nearly 1.7 million of whom have been displaced. Due to the devastating bombing and Israeli warnings of the necessity of leaving the north of the Strip to the south.

Playboy magazine announced weeks ago that it was severing its ties with porn star and content creator Mia Khalifa, after she clearly expressed her support for the Hamas movement in the wake of its attack on Israel, and published a group of tweets in which she supported the right of the Palestinians to defend their rights. They love her expression.

For the same reasons, it was announced that the star, of Lebanese origins, was dismissed from her role as a consultant at Red Light Holland, which produces and distributes magic mushrooms. “Magic mushrooms”.

In a blog post that angered Israel’s supporters, Khalifa wrote a few hours after the “Al-Aqsa Flood” operation: “I ask the freedom fighters to change the orientation of the cameras on their phones so that they are horizontal.”

In a later clarification, she said in a second blog post: “I just wanted to make sure that the pictures would be in 4K quality when my people break down the walls and open the prisons they were forced to stay in… I cannot believe that the Zionist apartheid regime fell at the hands of my fighters.” Street fighters wearing fake Gucci shirts.”

Khalifa’s tweets sparked widespread controversy and condemnation, prompting broadcaster and wrestling analyst Peter Rosenberg to comment in a direct message.


After that, Khalifa posted the message on her personal account on the “X” platform, which is currently followed by more than 5.7 million people from around the world.

In the photo she published, her response to Rosenberg’s message appears, and it says, “I stand with all the oppressed around the world, so that no one is persecuted for the pursuit of freedom. I am from Lebanon, and I have experienced the Israeli air strikes extensively, and this is something that cannot be done.” A small mind can understand how to deal with it.”

Although Rosenberg did not respond publicly to Khalifa’s post of their exchanged messages on the platform, he confirmed in an interview with the American magazine “Newsweek” on October 9, that he found her approach to dealing with this issue “confused and ridiculous.”

Hamas launched an unexpected attack in southern Israel on October 7, from the Gaza Strip, and this attack resulted in the death of about 1,200 people, most of whom were killed on the first day of the attack, according to the Israeli authorities.

Subsequently, the Hebrew state pledged to “eliminate” Hamas, launched intensive bombardment on the Gaza Strip, and began ground operations as of last October 27.


The violent Israeli bombing claimed the lives of more than 15,899 people, most of them civilians, according to the latest toll announced by the Ministry of Health in Gaza, while the number of wounded reached 42,000.

The ministry explained that 70 percent of the victims of “Israeli aggression are women and children.”

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