‘Home for my family for nearly half a decade,’ Momina Mustehsan and others call for peace in Ukraine

'Home for my family for nearly half a decade,' Momina Mustehsan and others call for peace in Ukraine

Russia announced a full-scale invasion of Ukraine on Thursday. Russian president, Vladimir Putin, started a special military operation in the East of the country. Explosions were also reported.

Celebrities from around the globe have been reacting to the crisis. Hashtags like #RussianUkraineConflict #StopWar and more have been the top trends on social media. Local celebrities have also taken to social media to call for peace.

Nobel Peace Prize laureate Malala Yousafzai took to Twitter to share her point of view. In a Tweet, she wrote that wars cause ‘irreversible and unimaginable loss.’ She called for Russia to stop attacking Ukraine immediately. ‘People need peace, stability, dignity, more than anything else,’ she added.

Singer Momina Mustehsan also had similar views. She revealed that her family was settled in Kyiv for nearly half a decade. ‘People of Ukraine have every right to their sovereignty, without unprovoked aggression from their neighbors,’ she wrote further.

The singer also said a prayer for all human lives. ‘War is never the answer,’ she concluded.

Armeena Khan and Kubra Khan also expressed solidarity with Ukraine. Armeena wrote that her prayers are with the ‘vulnerable.’

'Home for my family for nearly half a decade,' Momina Mustehsan and others call for peace in Ukraine

Ushna Shah stated that she is ‘heartbroken’ to hear about Ukraine. She also mentioned that she is equally heartbroken for Kashmiris, Palestinians, Syrians, and Uyghur too. ‘I tweet about them all the time,’ she added.

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