Hamas Accidentally Posts Video of Doll as Palestinian Victim: Report

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(Luis Cornelio, Headline USA) Hamas, the Palestinian terrorist organization, has come under fire after inadvertently posting a video featuring a doll, falsely presented as a victim of an Israeli attack. 

The official Twitter account of the Israeli government made this revelation, further emphasizing the manipulative tactics employed by Hamas to propagate its anti-Israeli narrative.

The now-deleted video portrayed a scene that initially appeared to depict a Palestinian man carrying what seemed to be the lifeless body of an individual, draped in white blankets with apparent bloodstains on the face.  

However, it was revealed that the figure in question was a mere doll. 

Yoseph Haddad, a reporter with i24NEWS, condemned the deceitful act. “Hamas is desperate! They released a video showing a dead Palestinian baby… but wait for the catch. It’s not a real baby; it’s a doll; yes, you read that right, a baby doll!” Haddad said. “They realized their mistake and already deleted the video. This exposes how hard the lying and slanderous propaganda arm of Hamas and the Palestinians works.”  

The Israeli Foreign Ministry’s Twitter account, which brought attention to this incident, has recently been highlighting various gruesome acts committed by Hamas, including reports of beheadings and kidnappings.  

“Don’t become desensitized to the images you are seeing. These are women. Children. Babies. Human beings. Burned alive. Entire families butchered in their homes. Babies tortured and murdered,” the twitter page announced on Oct. 11.

The dissemination of distressing images has also sparked debates, with some leftist individuals claiming that certain images may have been doctored. This skepticism contrasts starkly with the tactics reportedly employed by Hamas.

Ben Shapiro, former editor-in-chief of the Daily Wire, faced allegations that a photograph he shared of a burnt Israeli toddler was AI-generated. Shapiro promptly refuted these claims, emphasizing the authenticity of the disturbing image. 

 

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