Hamas Uses More False Images against Israel on Social Media

Hamas Uses More False Images against Israel on Social Media

As Breitbart News has reported, the majority of the pictures on social media using the hashtags #GazaUnderAttack and #GazaUnderFire are from previous events. The pro-Palestine people have continued in this practice of attaching images of dead children and women, mostly from the Syrian civil war, and asserting that the pictures were taken in Gaza this week. 

This picture is actually from February 2014 in Syria:

The top picture is actually from November 2012 and has nothing to do with the airstrikes between Israel and Gaza this week:

This person said this picture is from Gaza, but it is from a collection of pictures that documented the ten years America spent in Iraq:

The top picture is not of Israeli soldiers with a Palestinian woman. It is from 2013:

This is an image that was pinned over 18 weeks ago on Pinterest. It was not taken this week in Gaza:

This picture is from November 2012, not this week in Gaza:

This is not a baby killed in Gaza. In fact, it belonged to a few blogs about babies who died from malnutrition in the Middle East:

This picture is from a collection of images from Business Insider. It was included in the top pictures of 2012:

This is a beheaded child. It is sickening, but it is from a blog published in 2010, not this week in Gaza:

This image of a child covered in blood was first published in 2010:

More people are using images from November 2012, saying they are from Israeli rockets this week:

This is a picture from Syria, not Gaza:

This picture is from the Syrian civil war and was taken in 2012:

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