An Apple employee and a fashion model have been dropped by their respective employers after posting anti-Israel messages on social media.
Why it matters
The dismissal of the Apple employee and the fashion model highlights the ongoing tension and controversy surrounding the Israeli-Palestinian conflict and the impact of social media on professional reputations.
What the papers say
The New York Post reports that Natasha Dach, an Apple employee, was removed from the company's employee directory after her social media post condemning Zionists as 'murderers and thieves' was uncovered by the pro-Israel watchdog group StopAntisemitism. The New York Times features the story of Deb Perelman, a best-selling cookbook author, who faced backlash on social media after expressing her concerns about the violence in Israel. Another article from The New York Post discusses the case of Camilla Deterre, a fashion model and interior designer, who was dropped by her talent agency after posting anti-Israel messages on social media.
How we got here
The articles highlight the recent escalation of violence between Israel and Hamas, which has sparked intense debates and discussions on social media platforms.
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