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Bryan Adams Takes To Twitter, Reaffirms His Stance On Gaza Crisis (TWEETS)

Canadian rock star Bryan Adams poses during the opening of his photo exhibition in Duesseldorf, Germany, Friday, Feb. 1, 2013. Adams shows 150 pictures of his photo work like celebrity portraits, but also a series of  portraits of injured soldiers coming home from Iraq and Afghanistan. (AP Photo/Martin Meissner)
Canadian rock star Bryan Adams poses during the opening of his photo exhibition in Duesseldorf, Germany, Friday, Feb. 1, 2013. Adams shows 150 pictures of his photo work like celebrity portraits, but also a series of portraits of injured soldiers coming home from Iraq and Afghanistan. (AP Photo/Martin Meissner)

After criticizing Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper last week for Canada's lack of aid to Gaza, Bryan Adams reaffirmed his stance on the situation last night via Twitter.

After posting the original tweet Aug. 11, Adams replied again to a follower on Aug. 14 who asked which side of the argument he was taking. Here was his reply:

On Tuesday, the conversation continued with two followers, Stacy Vogel and "SoulM8dSunshine", taking a decidedly pro-Israel stance:

That tweet caused Adams to reply a handful of times as the conversation ensued:

Vogel then referred to death of three Israeli Jewish teenagers who were killed earlier this year which Adams replied to:

Adam's Twitter conversation marks a time of renewed violence in the region after a six-day ceasefire agreement. Fighting resumed Tuesday in the area after rocket fire landed in the city of Beersheba, DW reports. The Israeli government has accused Hamas of shattering any attempts of a long-term ceasefire, retaliating with air strikes in Gaza on Wednesday.

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