Jordanian-Palestinian journalist, women's rights activist, and founder of MuslimGirl Amani Al-Khatahtbeh's advocacy for Muslim women has been acknowledged and praised over the years. But, it hasn't stopped there. 

Huge fashion brands have not only partnered with Khatahtbeh on projects but have also taken it a step further by honoring her work with numerous awards.

Revlon is the latest to do so by presenting the "Changemaker Award" to the 25-year-old media titan ... which she did not accept.

On Tuesday, Khatahtbeh took to social media to express the reasons for rejecting the award, explaining her decision came after the multinational cosmetics company announced Wonder Woman's Gal Gadot as brand ambassador for their newest "Live Boldly" campaign.

"I can't, in good conscience, accept this award..."

"This is why I couldn't accept Revlon Middle East's Changemaker Award celebrating their new #liveboldy campaign featuring Gal Gadot ... we can't accept role models that support the oppression of women and girls in other parts of the world," the 25-year-old wrote in a social media post.

"Her [Gal Gadot] vocal support of the Israeli Defense Forces' actions in Palestine goes against's morals and values. I can't, in good conscience, accept this award from the brand and celebrate Gal's ambassadorship after the IDF imprisoned a 16-year-old girl named Ahed Tamimi last month, an activist who is currently still incarcerated," she added.

Gadot, a former Israeli soldier, publicly supported Israel's bombing of Gaza in 2014, which left more than 1,400 Palestinian civilians dead – including hundreds of women and children. 

During the conflict, the Zionist actress actually posted a photo of herself and her child praying in support of the Israeli troops.

"The personal is political — yes, even, and ESPECIALLY, when it comes to beauty — and I don't know about you, but my feminism is inclusive of ALL women and nothing less. That's what being a changemaker means to me," Khatahtbeh concluded. 

Wonder Woman was banned in several Arab countries due to Gadot's Israeli citizenship, her service in the Israeli military and her pro-Zionist views. 

Some in Lebanon, which was the first country to ban the film, criticized the decision. However, others were quick to point out that Gadot would have actually been serving in the military during the country's 2006 war with Israel, which left at least 900 Lebanese civilians dead.

People on social media hailed Khatahtbeh's decision

"Consistency and integrity is hard to find in people these days"

"Thank you for not being a sellout"