Zayn Malik from One Direction. (Reuters)
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In the latest celebrity to break the mold and come out in support of Gaza, British boy band One Direction's Zayn Malik has become another high profile figure to join the war between Israel and Palestine on social media, tweeting #FreePalestine.Malik, unlike pop star Rihanna – who swiftly deleted her tweet and replaced it with a less controversial prayer for peace – appears to not be backing down. The pro-Palestinian tweet has been up on his feed for over 24 hours now, and retweeted and favorited over 200 thousand times by some of Malik's 13 million followers.
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