The little girl, whose name is Renana and lives on the Israeli side of the Gaza border, spoke in a video shared by the Israeli media outlet Walla on Twitter Wednesday. In it, she speaks directly to the 44-year-old comedian and plays clips from his Sunday, May 16 episode in which he indirectly accuses Israel of committing war crimes.
“I heard what you were saying in your show and I wanted to respond,” Renana begins before the video shows a clip of Oliver discussing what he claims is an imbalance between the attacks on Israel by Hamas and the subsequent military response.
“It is true that militants from Palestinian groups like Hamas fired 100 rockets toward Israel this week and that is reprehensible,” Oliver says. “But, and I realize this is the most load-bearing conjunction in history, but, the majority of those rockets thankfully didn’t reach their target.”
Oliver goes on to note that not all of the rockets were intercepted. However, Renana tries to note the gravity of the situation for her as an Israeli citizen regardless.
“Every siren makes me cry and feel sad,” she says. “Just so you know, my army is strong. However, this does not protect me from being afraid. Since I was born, I live in fear. Since I was 6, I’ve been going to therapy.”
On his show, Oliver alleged that characterizations of the violence being “tit-for-tat” are inaccurate, accusing Israel of “war crimes” by attacking civilian residences and media buildings. However, the IDF said the building was being used by Hamas with media outlets being used as a cover. At least 181 Palestinians have been killed in Gaza, including 52 children and 31 women, with 1,225 wounded. Eight Israelis have been killed, including a 5-year-old boy and a soldier.
The child concludes her video by reminding Oliver of the Palestinian terrorist group’s culpability in the situation.
“Our country doesn’t attack whatever it wants to. However, Hamas is attacking, for the last 20 years whatever, it want to,” she says. “I just want it to end. I just want peace and a normal childhood for me and for all the children in Gaza.”
Representatives for “Last Week Tonight” did not immediately respond to Fox News’ request for comment.
The Associated Press contributed to this report.