Ex-porn Star Mia Khalifa Continues to Mock Israel: ‘My wine is older than your apartheid state’

One of the most popular porn actresses, former adult-film star Mia Khalifa, had caught the ire of Twitter users over the weekend after she referred to Israel as an “Apartheid” state while mocking on Twitter the state’s young history.

“My wine is older than your apartheid “state,” wrote the Lebanese-American actress and vocal pro-Palestinian supporter, alongside her photo sipping French wine.

The tweet came less than a month after Khalifa called the actress Gal Gadot a “genocide barbie” over her stand on the Israeli-Palestinian violence that reached the most severe escalation of the conflict in almost a decade. 

“You’re drinking wine made in 1943 Nazi-occupied France, while denying thousands of years of Jewish history in our ancestral homeland. Glad you found the perfect pairing for your antisemitism!” Hen Mazzig, a self-described Jew and son of Iraqi refugees, wrote on Twitter.

“Your” wine is actually the wine of Western geniuses who created it before scumbags like you were even imagined living amongst civilized peoples,” Raheem Kassam responded. “Then you came along, took your clothes off, convinced barbarians to pay you for it, and bought a product of Western civ. Great dunk!”

“Your sh—y group of terrorists has never won a war in the entire time that bottle of wine existed,” Townhall contributor Kurt Schlichter reacted.

“These viral ‘my gran is older than Israel’ type tweets are rather amusing,” wrote Investigative journalist David Collier. “A sneeze may only exist for a second – but this is still a second longer than any Palestinian state has ever been in existence.”

“Mia should try drinking wine (or any of the other things she enjoys doing) in Gaza for 5 minutes and see how that goes,” another user responded. “As @billmaher correctly notes, “Bella Hadid and her friends would run screaming to Tel Aviv if they had to live in Gaza for one day.”

Khalifa went viral after filming a scene wearing a hijab in 2014. Her choice of headwear led to death threats from ISIS, she said at the time.

Khalifa left the business in 2015 after only three months but continues to be popular with over 24.1 million Instagram followers and Twitter followers of 3.7 million.