Boxer Floyd Mayweather Jr. sent his private jet with aid to Israel following the unprovoked terrorist attacks on Saturday from Hamas that killed more than a thousand women, men and children.
The 46-year-old former professional boxer and boxing promoter showed his support for Israel and the Jewish people when he reportedly
teamed up with a relief organization in Israel to send supplies like food, water, and bulletproof vests for Israel’s defense forces, TMZ reported.
On Tuesday, the boxing legend also captioned his post on Instagram, “I stand with Israel against the Hamas terrorists. Hamas do not represent the people of Palestine but are a terrorist group that are attacking innocent lives! ”
“I stand for all humans and wish for the safe return of all Americans and Israelis and any human that were kidnapped as hostages during these horrific war crimes,” he added. “This is not a time for politics. This is a time for safety first and foremost. God Bless America. God Bless Israel. God Bless Human Kind!”
His post included two photos showing the boxing promoter in Jerusalem. In a second social media post, Mayweather shared an image of a fist painted with blue stripes and the Star Of David on the palm of the hand.
“I stand with Israel and Jews all around the world,” the post read. “I condemn antisemitism at all cost. I stand for Peace. I stand for Human Rights! Terrorism Is Never The Answer!”
The boxing great has been joined by other celebrities like actress Gal Gadot, Amy Schumer, Josh Gad, Mayim Bialik, Madonna, Sarah Silverman and more who have condemned the attacks.
“Star Wars” actor Mark Hamill voiced his support for Israel and found out that many of his followers did not agree with him, even chastising him for doing so.
In August, Mayweather stepped up to help out those who lost their homes in the Maui wildfires earlier this year — helping dozens of families with food, clothing, shelter, and transportation to safety, the outlet noted.
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