Gigi And Bella Hadid Join Thousands Protesting Against Trump's Anti-Muslim Immigration Order
Gigi and Bella Hadid have joined thousands out on the streets across the world this week protesting new President Donald Trump's executive order banning all immigrants and visa holders from seven Muslim-majority countries from entering the US for 90 days, all refugee admissions for 120 days and banning Syrian refugees from entering the country indefinitely.
Chanting and carrying a sign reading 'We are all humans', the sisters were seen getting involved in the #NoBanNoWall march that took place in New York this week.
After news broke of the order over the weekend, many celebs including Miley Cyrus, Chrissy Teigein, Lena Dunham, Mark Hamill and Jamie Bell all spoke out opposing the move.
This coupled with the first movements to enact plans to build wall between the US and Mexico (that was infamously proposed during Trump's presidential campaign) also led many onto the streets to show their disagreement and dissatisfaction - including Bella and Gigi.
While the sisters were both born in the US, both of their parents are immigrants with mother Yolanda having relocated from the Netherlands while father Mohammed, himself Muslim, is a Jordanian-American citizen who moved to the US as a teenager.
Read everything you need to know about the travel ban on Muslim-majority countries here.
Read why over a million British people are trying to stop Donald Trump's UK state visit here.
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