“Disappointed” Jon Voight blasted his estranged daughter, Angelina Jolie, for coming out in defense of Palestinians instead of Israelis.
“I am very disappointed that my daughter, like so many, has no understanding of God’s honor, God’s truths,” he began his Instagram video.
“This is about destroying the history of God’s land, the Holy Land, the Land of the Jews. This is justice for God’s children of the Holy Land.”
Formerly a special envoy of the UN High Commission for Refugees, the “Maleficent” star accused Israel of “deliberately bombing” Gaza, which she described as an “open-air prison,” for “nearly two decades.”
“While the world watches and with the active support of many governments, millions of Palestinian civilians – children, women, families – are being collectively punished and dehumanized, all while being deprived food, medicine and humanitarian aid against international law,” Jolie, 48, posted on Instagram.
Her father, however, called for the Israeli army to “protect thy soil” and “thy people.”
“This is war. It’s not going to be what the Left thinks,” he continued in his impassioned speech. “It can’t be civil now. Israel was attacked by inhuman terror on innocent babies, mothers, fathers, grandparents.”
The “National Treasure” actor, 84, called anyone who supported Palestinians “fools” and asked them to question God about “truth.”
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“The ones who understand truth see the lie,” he shared. “These animals want to wipe out the Jews, Christians. They see that the Palestinians have not been neglected of finance.”
Voight went on to claim that the territories have received “huge infusions of money” that they “didn’t share with the people.”
“They made weapons instead for their rage. The people of Israel care for people. They love and cherish – something these animals don’t understand,” he said. “Justice will prevail.”
Jolie hasn’t responded to her father’s comments.
Other celebrities who have voiced their support for Israel following Hamas’ terrorist attack last month include Gal Gadot, Natalie Portman, Amy Schumer, Debra Messing and Sarah Silverman.