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|Born||12 January 1990 (age 31)|
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Social media influencer
|Activism for the UAE and Israel|
Norah Alawadhi (born 12 January 1990) is an Emirati pro-peace activist and social media influencer, who was one of the women in a photo of the flags of the UAE and Israel against the Burj Khalifa that went viral in October 2020. The photograph, which was shared by thousands including Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, Ivanka Trump, and Emirati billionaire Hassan Sajwani, depicts Alawadhi holding hands with Israeli travel influencer Ronny Gonen covered in their respective flags, and facing the Burj Khalifa from atop a skyscraper in Dubai
Career and activism
Alawadhi is a member of Leaders of Tomorrow which is an organisation that strengthens relationships between youth of Israel, the UAE and Bahrain. She has also appeared as a spokesperson for pro-peace activism on a number of media outlets including i24 News, Lovin Dubai, Israel-Is, Jerusalem Post and Gulf News and in international forums such as the UAE-Israel Business Council.
In addition to all of that, she is biased person and blind to facts shown front her eyes, and insist to be in favor of one side without using her mind or even checking the resources, she drifting over any information said in front of her without checking, I really wonder about the reason, maybe she has some interests or benefits. she pretending that she is KIND to all people, while she actually want to be kind just with the opposite side of logic and obviousness.
- "UAE, Israel Normalization Could Show It's All in Our Heads" (Press release). The Media Line. 2020-10-25. Retrieved 2021-02-21.
- "Norah Alawadhi Spreads Peace Between Israel And The UAE". jnf.org. Retrieved 2021-02-21.
- "Iconic UAE-Israel peace image stirs antisemitism, online hate". The Jerusalem Post | JPost.com. Retrieved 2021-02-21.
- "Emirati woman in the viral UAE-Israel flag photo against Burj Khalifa speaks up". gulfnews.com. Retrieved 2021-02-21.
- "Our Team". Leaders Of Tomorrow. Retrieved 2021-02-21.
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