Kim Kardashian slammed for supportive Israel tweet

ANI
17 November 2012

Washington, Nov 17 (ANI): Kim Kardashian received serious backlash after she posted a tweet supporting Israel, and declaring to her almost 17 million followers that she was "Praying for everyone in Israel."

The reality star's tweet was followed with a number of death threats with one writing, "Die in hell."

Another called the E! sensation a "bit*h" who "should die there," while others went even further.

Less brutal detractors said they had "lost all respect for her," were giving her "the middle finger," and called her a "disgrace to her people" and outright "disgusting," Fox News reported.

Others told her she should be "praying for Palestine, not Israel."

According to Twitchy.com, which archives all tweets even if a user deletes them, five minutes after the initial post, Kardashian attempted to appease her haters with the follow-up tweet: "praying for everyone in Palestine and across the world!"

Both tweets were soon deleted from her account, but the derision lived on.

"Hahaha @KimKardashian deleted her tweets, must have had SERIOUS backlash from her idiotic uninformed tweets," wrote one, while another called her a "dumb idiot" who "shouldn't talk about what she doesn't understand." (ANI)

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