Supporters of “Palestinian” jihad use photo of girl injured in Yemen to claim Israeli war crimes in Gaza
The tweet noted below has been taken down, but this image, with the caption, is still circulating: you can see it here on Facebook, where no one in the comments notes that the image isn’t of a “Palestinian” girl and has nothing to do with Israel. But it doesn’t.
“War is deceit,” said Muhammad, and the “Palestinians” listened. I detail the extent of their deception machine, and how successful it has been, in my forthcoming book The Palestinian Delusion: The Catastrophic History of the Middle East Peace Process, which you can preorder here.
“Latest Libel: The ‘Palestinian Child Burned By White Phosphorus,’” IsraellyCool, March 28, 2019:
The following meme was posted by an Israel hater in response to the video of an Israeli woman during a Red Alert
life in gaza…. pic.twitter.com/8V8NRdWdAk
— MareaM (@MariamsworldM) March 26, 2019
Besides being insensitive in seemingly mocking this poor child’s appearance, the entire meme is a lie. It does not show life in Gaza. It shows life in Yemen.