Facebook Apologizes For Deleting Bella Hadid Instagram Post Celebrating Her Palestinian Father

Source @bellahadid instagram

Source @bellahadid instagram

Just recently, Bella posted a picture of her father's passport in order to express her pride in her father's birthplace, Palestine.

Bella shared a screenshot of the message she received from Instagram on her Instagram Story, which cited violations of community guidelines, including harassment and bullying.

On Tuesday, the supermodel took issue with the platform after she was notified that her Instagram Story had been removed because it violated guidelines on "harassment or bullying".

'Are we not allowed to be Palestinian on Instagram? "This, to me, is bullying", said the Palestinian-Dutch model.

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The model re-posted the passport photo, which now remains on her social media feed, and stated, "Do you want him to change his birth place for you? It doesn't work like that".

In a follow-up post, she shared the same photo again with a pensive emoji.

According to a spokesperson from the Facebook company, which owns Instagram, posts are not removed based on people's nationality or ethnicity, nor was Hadid's content removed because of its reference to Palestine.

Hadid went on to reshare the image of her father's passport - which expired in 1998 and had its passport number covered - saying: "Do you want him to change his birth place for you?"

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"I'm proud to be Palestinian", the model went on, adding, "Everyone should post where their mother and fathers were born today!" Remind them how proud you are of where you come from!'

"We are sick of having Palestinian content censored on social media platforms", one fan wrote, adding: "Mohammad Hadid's passport considered hate speech [because] it stated he was born in Palestine".

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