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"Israel kills Palestinian girl": Hamas' lies exposed TECH news "Israel kills Palestinian girl": Hamas' lies exposed Hamas attacks Israel with missiles that have reached as far as Tel Aviv and beyond. But he is also "bombing" Israel on social media, with shocking images taken from the war crimes in Syria, and now associated with Israel. Now the lies are exposed on the net, but the damage has already been done Tags Hamas Pike News The guardian of th



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"Israel kills Palestinian girl": Hamas' lies exposed

Hamas attacks Israel with missiles that have reached as far as Tel Aviv and beyond.

But he is also "bombing" Israel on social media, with shocking images taken from the war crimes in Syria, and now associated with Israel.

Now the lies are exposed on the net, but the damage has already been done

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Many stories have been published in the last week on social media and the spread of Pike News at its peak as a result. In general, the last two weeks have shown a significant turning point in the fighting, as much of the public consciousness has been mainly influenced by the growing wave of trends on Instagram, Twitter, WhatsApp and especially Tiktok. Time and time again, day after day, we receive chain messages, photos and videos, distributed throughout the Internet, in which a negative and misleading narrative is presented regarding what is happening in Israel. These videos continue in different feeds to other countries in the world, to the same people who are marching in protest in favor of the State of Israel and against it, and in fact completely change the surface. Their popularity - unprecedented in terms of Pike News that were then in 2014, on a solid cliff.



However, unlike the videos of the violent demonstrations, the clashes with the security forces and the lynchings of recent days, while asking to take to the streets, a new trend is now developing, this time in the face of reports coming out of the Gaza Strip.

Throughout Operation Wall Guard, Hamas seeks to keep secret what is happening inside the Gaza Strip and prevents its citizens from sharing photos and information, even with the international media.

But now, there seems to be a huge and evolving wave of Twitter accounts posting Pike News about the consequences of IDF attacks in the Gaza Strip, gaining thousands of shares and likes.

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For example, in a post published yesterday morning by an account called "Ahmed Rizaven", a picture of a girl with the caption "Israel" killed this beautiful Palestinian girl was seen. Her name hovered.

But from a deeper examination, the same girl from Moscow in general and currently, according to her mother's Instagram account, is still alive.

The photo, posted by Ahmed, was first uploaded by her mother to her personal Instagram account at the end of 2018 under the caption “Love”.

The story was identified by a page called "The Mossad", a satirical page with 160,000 followers on Twitter, which is trying to expose the Pike News about Israel.

"'Israel' killed this beautiful Palestinian girl? The girl in general alive (Photo: screenshot, screenshot)

In another case, an account called "Islam Ka Sifhi" posted a horrific picture showing a long line of children's bodies.

The picture, which is not very easy to view, was re-posted under a similar caption with the question "But what about these children who were murdered by Israeli terrorists."

But even here, from an even less in-depth examination, the picture is taken in general from the rebels' attacks in Syria in 2013, in which a squad massacred one of the villages.

The articles reporting on this, of course, do not mention the IDF forces or the State of Israel.

"But what about these children who were murdered by Israeli terrorists"?

So it turns out that the picture is from the war crimes in Syria (Photo: screenshot, screenshot)

Another equally difficult example is the account of a man named "Ali," in which he posted a hard-to-watch video of a woman murdered by militia forces while tens of thousands of civilians watch the act from the sidelines while tied up.

The same documentation was uploaded under the caption "You can completely see the hatred and terrorism of Israelis here #Terrorism Israeli".

But again, watching for a few seconds, you can see that there is no connection between the soldiers in the video and the IDF soldiers and again it is a sophisticated Pike News. One of the surfers commented on the video, which has already received thousands of shares and likes, "Did they really kill her?

It's already too much. "An Israeli surfer commented," Note that this is not too much for the Israeli army. "Otherwise, she wrote in response," I'm not sure whether to laugh or cry.

These are not the people of Israel or our army as you can understand.

As always, Pike News.

Shame on you for spreading lies to frustrate peace. "

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These are a small handful of examples of the Pike News wave that has hit the web in recent days, and it can be assumed that the number of false posts is greater than we can estimate. Those publications, along with calls from many to take to the streets and take the law into their own hands, have greatly helped ignite the escalation in the country. In Tiktok, for example, many uploaded videos of burning Israeli flags, or in another case, physical violence against ultra-Orthodox and Jews throughout Jerusalem and the settlements and vice versa. Those videos only illustrate the damage of this new ferment. A ferment that has become very difficult to control by social media executives in recent weeks. This can be seen in the field - a significant number of those posts are still circulating on the net, despite the very high amount of shares, and the accounts behind them continue to be distributed, with Twitter or other social networks not appearing to have blocked them from doing so.

It is important to note that this is not the first time that Hamas or other Palestinian pillars have used social media to spread false information.

Perhaps the best-known and most memorable example of this belongs to a publication that appeared about two years ago on the "Palestinian Information Center" page on Facebook, an official page of a Palestinian news site affiliated with Hamas, which received thousands of likes and hundreds of shares.

In a post they shared, they presented a French doctor who is "making her way to Gaza" to help treat the wounded.

But the woman in the picture was American actress Catherine Heigl in the role of Dr. Izzy Stevens from the famous drama "Grey's Anatomy." The page has since deleted the publication, declaring it a "terrible mistake."

Remember the "French doctor"?

She is generally an actress in Grey's Anatomy (Photo: Screenshot, Screenshot)

In another case from 2018, a Twitter account from Egypt published in response to a BBC media account a picture of a little girl under the caption "This two-year-old baby was killed last night along with her mother who was pregnant after their home in Gaza was attacked by the Israeli army."

And even then, an investigation revealed that it was a girl named Al, whose photo was randomly taken from her parents' Instagram.

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