"We were awakened by sirens": Galkin, who lives in Israel with Pugacheva and their children, got in touch with fans after the missile attack
On October 7, thousands of missiles were fired at Israel by Palestinian militants from the Gaza Strip, killing and injuring many civilians. The family of Russian artists who emigrated from Russia to Israel after February 24, 2022, Alla Pugacheva and Maxim Galkin, found themselves at the epicenter of the armed conflict. The singer and parody showman now live with their ten-year-old children Harry and Lisa in Tel Aviv.
The stars did not get in touch with their fans all day, which made them worried. In the evening, Maxim Galkin finally appeared on his Instagram page.
Thus, the comedian, who supports Ukraine and condemns the Putin regime, confirmed that he was with his family in Israel. They were woken up by the sound of an air raid alert that was on due to Hamas shelling.
Galkin supported Israel, expressing his condolences to the families of the victims and calling for prayers for the hostages. He also posted a photo of the country's flag and wished it victory.
"Today at 6:30 we woke up to sirens... This is a difficult time for Israel. Condolences to the victims and their families! We pray for those who are being held hostage. Israel will win!" the artist wrote, adding the last sentence in Hebrew as well.
Galkin closed the comments under the post so that no one could write anything. And this is not surprising. During the past day, while the artists were not in touch, Russians once again demonstrated their bloodthirstiness and cynicism. Citizens of the terrorist country were jubilant that their former idols were in danger. They wished the families death under their photos on social media.
The prima donna has not reacted to the fact that Israel has been at war for two days yet.
As a reminder, on October 7, armed Hamas terrorists infiltrated Israel and opened chaotic machine gun fire. OBOZREVATEL follows the Israeli-Palestinian conflict online.
As OBOZREVATEL previously reported, American singer Bruno Mars was supposed to give a concert in Tel Aviv on October 7, but he did not get in touch. The artist's team does not respond to journalists and subscribers.