Kathie Lee Giffords appeals to Sheikha Moza bint Nasser of Qatar to use her ‘beautiful voice and heart’ to help free Israeli hostages

Kathie Lee Giffords has called out Sheikha Moza bint Nasser of Qatar in a plea that she should use her ‘beautiful voice and heart’ to help free the Israeli hostages being held in Gaza.

In a video posted on X on Thursday, the former talk show host speaks directly to Moza – one of the most influential women in the Middle East – and urges her to speak up for the innocent men, women and children being kidnapped and was held captive. by Hamas terrorists for more than 100 days.

Since the deadly attack on October 7, Moza has been vocal about the Israel-Hamas war online, consistently using her platforms to bash Israel and advocate for Gaza.

Giffords appealed to the Consort to find compassion and use her influence to bring the hostages home.

“I love your name — it’s beautiful, Sheikha Moza,” Giffords said as she introduced herself in the video. “I am Kathie Lee Giffords – I live in Tennessee in America, but I come to you today as a mother and a grandmother, as I know you are, to seek your help.”

Kathie Lee Giffords called out Sheikha Moza bint Nasser of Qatar in a plea that she should feel compassion and use her heart to free the Israeli hostages being held in Gaza.

Kathie Lee Giffords called out Sheikha Moza bint Nasser of Qatar in a plea for her to feel compassion and use her heart to free the Israeli hostages being held in Gaza.

Since the deadly attack on October 7, Moza has been vocal about the Israel-Hamas war online, consistently using her platforms to bash Israel and advocate for Gaza.

Since the deadly attack on October 7, Moza has been vocal about the Israel-Hamas war online, consistently using her platforms to bash Israel and advocate for Gaza.

“You are a very powerful woman where you live and you have great influence and power to use every gift you have to do good things for people who are hurting,” she continued.

‘Of course I discuss with you the hostages currently suffering in Gaza. They did nothing wrong. All they want to do is come home.’

“So I ask you to reach into that part of you – the best part of your beautiful heart – and feel compassion for them and use your beautiful voice to help free them from the despair they are in.”

“I will pray for you and your family as I do for all the hostages in Gaza that God will bring them home and God will bless us all and peace will come to this world – thank you.”

'Her Highness' Sheikha Moza bint Nasser appears at the Fashion Trust Arabia Awards Gala on November 3, 2021.  The family owns the Shard, the tallest skyscraper in Europe, Harrods and the Olympic Village

‘Her Highness’ Sheikha Moza bint Nasser appears at the Fashion Trust Arabia Awards Gala on November 3, 2021. The family owns the Shard, the tallest skyscraper in Europe, Harrods and the Olympic Village

Former King Juan Carlos I of Spain (R) bids farewell to the then Emir of Qatar Sheikh Hamad Bin Khalifa Al-Thani (C) and Sheikha Moza Bint Nasser (L) at El Pardo Palace on April 27, 2011 in Madrid

Former King Juan Carlos I of Spain (R) bids farewell to the then Emir of Qatar Sheikh Hamad Bin Khalifa Al-Thani (C) and Sheikha Moza Bint Nasser (L) at El Pardo Palace on April 27, 2011 in Madrid

Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh (L) and Queen Elizabeth II (2R) pose with Qatar's then Emir Sheikh Hamad bin Khalifa al Than (R) and his wife Sheikha Moza bint Nasser Al Missned (2L) before a banquet held during their state visit was held at Windsor Castle on 26 October 2010

Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh (L) and Queen Elizabeth II (2R) pose with Qatar’s then Emir Sheikh Hamad bin Khalifa al Than (R) and his wife Sheikha Moza bint Nasser Al Missned (2L) before a banquet held during their state visit was held at Windsor Castle on 26 October 2010

The state of Qatar - which was the controversial home of the 2022 FIFA World Cup - has been ruled by the Al Thani family since the mid-19th century.  Pictured is Sheikha Moza holding the World Cup trophy after Qatar was chosen to host the 2022 World Cup

The state of Qatar – which was the controversial home of the 2022 FIFA World Cup – has been ruled by the Al Thani family since the mid-19th century. Pictured is Sheikha Moza holding the World Cup trophy after Qatar was chosen to host the 2022 World Cup

Qatar is a major donor to American universities.

After the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks, Qatar began pumping money into American universities, donating $4.7 billion over two decades, The Hill reported.

Six major American universities also established ‘foreign campuses’ within Qatar at the same time.

While the majority of citizens in the densely populated Gaza Strip languish in poverty, their leaders live in marble-floored mansions and luxury hotels.

Three of Hamas’ most senior leaders – Mousa Abu Marzouk, Khaled Mashal and Ismail Haniyeh – have net worths of more than $3 billion each.

According to the Embassy of Israel in the US, Hamas’s annual turnover is $1 billion, indicating that the group is second only to ISIS as the world’s richest terrorist group.

Haniyeh is believed to be the wealthiest of the three – even though he once vowed to live only on olive oil and za’atar spices.

Haniyeh, a 61-year-old father of 13, has been in hiding since 2019, living life in luxury hotels in Qatar and Turkey.

Moza has been posted on Instagram 28 times since the start of the war

Moza has been posted on Instagram 28 times since the start of the war

She mainly bashed Israel and shared photos depicting destruction in Gaza

She mainly bashed Israel and shared photos depicting destruction in Gaza

After the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks, Qatar began pumping money into American universities, donating $4.7 billion over two decades, The Hill reported.  Supporters of Palestine gather in Harvard Yard to show their support for Palestinians in Gaza during a rally in Cambridge

After the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks, Qatar began pumping money into American universities, donating $4.7 billion over two decades, The Hill reported. Supporters of Palestine gather in Harvard Yard to show their support for Palestinians in Gaza during a rally in Cambridge

Pro-Israel students participate in a demonstration in support of Israel amid the ongoing conflict in Gaza, at Columbia University in New York City

Pro-Israel students participate in a demonstration in support of Israel amid the ongoing conflict in Gaza, at Columbia University in New York City

The online outlet suggests that hundreds of Hamas leaders are sitting on millions thanks to taxes on goods brought into the territory and by international donors, mainly from Qatar.

In the past, Israel has also allowed Qatar to provide hundreds of millions of dollars in aid to the authorities in Gaza, while other foreign aid comes through the Palestinian National Authority and United Nations aid groups.

However, despite its accumulation of wealth, Hamas has avoided responsibility for building infrastructure and protecting the citizens of Gaza.

In fact, just last week, Abu Marzouk stated that the political bureau of the terrorist group is not responsible for the protection of the coastal strip’s civilians amid the ongoing Israeli bombardment of the area.

“We built the tunnels because we have no other way to protect ourselves from being killed in airstrikes. We fight from inside the tunnels,” he said.

Passing the money on, he added: ‘Seventy-five percent of the population of Gaza are refugees, and it is the UN’s responsibility to protect them.’

According to the Times of Israel, he then went on to claim that it was Israel’s obligation to meet the needs of Gazans under the Geneva Convention.