Lindsay Lohan Wants to Talk to Trump and Putin About Syrian Refugee Crisis
Helping hand: Lindsay Lohan brought smiles to the faces of the young migrants when she visited the 'container town' of Gaziantep in Turkey

Lindsay Lohan Wants to Talk to Trump and Putin About Syrian Refugee Crisis

Lindsay Lohan stated in a Facebook Live Chat with DailyMail that she hopes to meet US President Trump and Russian leader Putin to discuss the refugee crisis in Syria. Lohan also wants to invite her Mean Girls co-star Rachel McAdams and former couple Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie.

Late January, Lohan had met with the Turkish president Recep Tayyip Erdogan, alongside with Bana al-Abed, the 7-year-old social media star who made headlines last year after tweeting about her life in war-torn East Aleppo, reported by Breitbart.

Lindsay Lohan Wants to Talk to Trump and Putin About Syrian Refugee Crisis
Lindsay Lohan with Bana al-Abed

Lohan and al-Abed had released a short video on hope for refugees who are urging to flee from the violence in Syria.

“We want to send to all of the people in Syria and Aleppo suffering, and to all the refugees, we are here supporting you and you can hang on and be strong, just like Bana has,” Lohan says in the video.

Lohan added, “Inshallah,” which means “if God wills” in Arabic.

Rumour has it that Lohan has converted to Islam, due to her Instagram bio which now states “Alaikum salam”, meaning “and unto you peace,” also translates to how you respond to someone greeting you as a Muslim. Her posts have been promoting her charitable actions in the Middle East.

Additionally, in 2015, Lohan was spotted carrying a Qur’an, which sparked a controversial reaction from the public. Later, she stated the holy book was an enlightening gift from some good pals, as reported by the DailyBest.

“My very close friends, who have been there for me a lot, in London are Saudi and they gave me the Quran and I brought it to New York because I was learning,” said Lohan.

“It opened doors for me to experience spiritually, to find another true meaning,” she added.

“This is who I am.”

Lohan has also criticized the response to her reading habits, claiming that, “I was a bad person for holding that Quran. I was so happy to leave and go back to London after that. Because I felt so unsafe in my own country after this. I mean, people were, like, horrible to me.”

In September, the actress had also reportedly visited with refugees in an Istanbul hospital and brought gifts to a family from war-torn Aleppo. The following month, Lohan teamed up with German energy drink maker Mintanine to provide free energy drinks to some refugee camps.

She said of Trump, according to the Sun: “I want to try to get the word out to Donald Trump bring him over there [to the refugee camps in Turkey] have him see all the positive things they are doing over there and all America can do to help as well…

“[I want to meet him] to broaden his ideas of it because he hasn’t been there and show America in the right light, helping the refugees…

“It is one world that we live in and we have to work together.”

Lindsay Lohan Wants to Talk to Trump and Putin About Syrian Refugee Crisis

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