JK Rowling is urged by Israel to assist a 12-year-old Hamas-kidnapped Harry Potter devotee.

Israel tagged author J.K. Rowling in a picture of Noya, a 12-year-old autistic girl who was an avid Harry Potter fan, on October 15 on X (formerly known as Twitter). 

According to reports, Noya was taken from her house by Hamas and sent to Gaza.

In her response to the piece, Rowling branded the behaviour "despicable and completely unacceptable."

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The Israeli government posted a picture of Noya holding Rowling's books and a wand while wearing a Harry Potter costume on X. The message said:

In response to Israel's tweet, J. K. Rowling

J.K. Rowling replied to the message right away. She deemed kidnapping children to be very unacceptable. Tweeted by her:

Rowling's comment received a tonne of support on social media, especially on X (previously Twitter), where many users praised her for taking a strong stance against the abduction of defenceless children.

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All children are innocent, according to one user, and any form of aggression against them, including abduction and using them as human shields in battle, must be strongly opposed. The user pointed out that such behaviours are equally abhorrent and cannot be accepted.

In response to J.K. Rowling's statement, a psychologist expressed deep sympathy for Noya and emphasised the extreme dread the small girl must be going through.

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