The Google search engine paid tribute this Sunday to Israeli actress and Moroccan-born activist Ronit Elkabetz. - Online History

The Google search engine paid tribute this Sunday to Israeli actress and Moroccan-born activist Ronit Elkabetz.

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The Google search engine paid tribute this Sunday to Israeli actress and Moroccan-born activist Ronit Elkabetz.


This a beautiful tribute from the web giant. This Sunday, November 27, the Google search engine paid tribute to actress, director, and screenwriter Ronit Elkabetz, who was born 58 years ago, by posting a doodle with her image.

Israeli of Moroccan origin, the actress who made a name for herself in Israel with the lead role in the film “The Predestined” (1989) was born 58 years ago.

Attracted by opportunities in Israel in 1997 the actress turned her life around by landing in Paris without any connections.

In France, Ronit Elkabetz experienced difficult times before finding success in 2001’s Origin Control, in which he played a transvestite. A film specially awarded with the audience award at the Alpe d’Huez International Comedy Film Festival.
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Ronit Elkabetz has also emerged as an activist, trying to preach peace.

“I am constantly searching for my roots. I was born to Moroccan immigrant parents. My foundations and my culture are plurals, but my history is Israel,” she explained to Rue89 in 2008.

In 2014, the actress notably signed a platform, along with her brother and other influential Israeli actors, calling for a ceasefire in the Gaza Strip (Palestinian Authority) while Israel clashed there. and Hamas.

In 2016, Ronit Elkabetz, then a young mother (she’d had twins four years earlier), died after her last battle with lung cancer.

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