JERUSALEM, Israel -- Israeli supermodel Bar Rafaeli told the rock group Pink Floyd's Roger Waters to remove her pictures from videos he uses at the group's performances.
Rafaeli was responding to the aging British rock star's call for a cultural boycott of Israel in a letter publicized on Aug. 18.
"Roger Waters," Rafaeli, 28, tweeted in Hebrew on Wednesday, "you better take my picture off the video art at your shows. If you're boycotting -- then go all the way."
The 69-year-old Waters, an active supporter of the "boycott, divestment and sanctions" (BDS) movement, is a vocal anti-Israel activist.
"I write to you now, my brothers and sisters in the family of Rock and Roll, to ask you to join with me, and thousands of other artists around the world, to declare a cultural boycott on Israel," Waters wrote.
"Please join me and all our brothers and sisters in global civil society in proclaiming our rejection of apartheid in Israel and occupied Palestine, by pledging not to perform or exhibit in Israel or accept any award or funding from any institution linked to the government of Israel, until such time as Israel complies with international law and universal principles of human rights," he said.