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No politician can change world, Madonna stops concert, speaks on Israel-Hamas war

LONDON, Oct 25: Legendary pop singer Madonna stopped her concert at London’s O2 Arena on October 18 to mourn the deaths of innocent people, especially children, in the Israel-Hamas war. Tearfully she made an emotional statement about the war in West Asia.

Visibly moved, she referred to the atrocities going on like kidnapping and beheading of children and brutal attacks on festival gatherings.

Addressing the issue of Israeli-Hamas war, the singer also lamented the death of a Palestinian-American child to alleged hate crime in Chicago.

A frightened Madonna expressed shock at the brutalities seen on social media. She called the war “heartbreaking" and said, "Nobody wants to see what’s happening. I turn on social media and I want to vomit. I see children being kidnapped, pulled off motorcycles; babies being decapitated, children at peace raves being shot and killed. What is going on in the world? How can human beings be so cruel to one another? It’s just getting worse. It frightens me.”

Tears in her eyes, the singer repeatedly stressed on the power of collective consciousness as being the only tool to effect meaningful changes in the world. "No politicians, no laws, no sanctions, no land given or taken. We, with our consciousness, can change the world,” she said.

Madonna returned to the stage with her Celebration tour after she was hospitalised for certain infections months ago. This was her first tour after the break. Next she will be touring the Continent.

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