Lindsay Lohan Returns to Instagram With Message of Peace For Syrian Refugees
Lindsay Lohan has started anew.
After purging her tweets and social media posts weeks ago, the actress made her grand return to Instagram Saturday (January 28) with a message about global solidarity, peace and support for refugees amid Donald Trump's immigration ban.
On Instagram, the Mean Girls star shared a photo of herself meeting with Recep Tayyip Erdogan, the president of Turkey, as well as his wife and 7-year-old Syrian blogger, Bana Alabed.
"What a dream it is for Mr. President Erdogan and The First Lady to invite me to their home," Lohan captioned the image. "Their efforts in helping Syrian Refugees is truly inspiring. #peace starts now."
"Please for peace," she added, tagging Trump and signing off with the Arabic greeting "alaikum salam," meaning "peace be unto you."
On Twitter, Alabed, who is from war-torn Aleppo and documents the siege of her hometown on Twitter, shared a video of her meeting with the American actress.
"We want to send to all of the people in Syria and Aleppo suffering and all the refugees that we are here supporting you," Lohan said in the clip. "Hang on and be strong just like Bana has. We’re sending you lots of love and light and blessings."
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