Pallywood: fake news revealed (From CBS News 60-Minutes)

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    Apr 05, 2010 2:31 PM GMT
    sxydrkhair> Today March 30 2010, Israeli troops killed a Palestinian teenager and wounded several others. Are we talking about peace here? This is peace when non-violence demonstrators near the Gaza border while Israeli Arabs and Palestinians marked "Land Day" and Israeli troops open fire? That is a war crime.

    No, it was just another lie-for-the-cause (though this one invented higher-up than Samer), a fake anecdote to prove the "rule".

    http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/middle_east/8601925.stm
    A Palestinian teenager reported to have been killed in a clash in Gaza has returned home alive and well.

    Muhammad al-Faramawi, 15, was said to have been killed in clashes on Tuesday near Rafah, according to health officials in the Gaza Strip.

    Israel denied involvement, and sources in Gaza suggested the boy may have died in an inter-Palestinian dispute.

    He returned home on Friday after apparently fleeing to Egypt through a smuggling tunnel and being held there.

    His family expressed "overwhelming happiness" that he was unharmed, Palestinian news agency Maan reported.

    Dr Muawiya Hassanein, of Gaza's health ministry, announced on Tuesday that the teenager had been killed during protests near to the Gaza border to mark Palestinian Land Day. He said the boy had been left "bleeding for hours" before a medical team was allowed to collect his body.



    CBS 60 Minutes reports on the Palestinian Arab "fake news" production.
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    Apr 07, 2010 2:25 PM GMT
    This reminded me of a funeral procession a few years ago. The "deceased" was dropped by the pall bearers (recall this isn't a coffin but a stretcher)... and climbed back on all by himself!

    I suppose it is the week for resurrections....


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    Apr 09, 2010 4:46 AM GMT
    Here's more fraudulent/manipulated "news", this time from Lebanon.
    Including photoshopped pictures, staged photos, and actors posing as civilians.



    More instances and details can be found here:
    http://zombietime.com/reuters_photo_fraud
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    Apr 18, 2010 3:04 PM GMT
    Here's another look at the insidious propaganda that passes as "news" or "analysis".
    First, a look at reality:

    http://www.nytimes.com/2010/01/22/world/middleeast/22israel.html
    A week ago, ahead of most countries, Israel sent scores of doctors and other professionals to Haiti. Years of dealing with terrorist attacks combined with an advanced medical technology sector have made Israel one of the most nimble countries in disaster relief.

    Harvard Medical School's Dr. Jennifer Furin told CNN:
    No-one except the Israeli hospital has taken any of our patients. It’s like another world compared to the other hospitals. They have imaging, they have scanning machines, operating theatres, ventilators, monitoring. It’s just amazing.

    The Arab propaganda twist:
    http://www.memritv.org/clip/en/2370.htm

    "Syrian TV and Organ Transplant Experts: Israel Reminiscent of Shylock, Engages in Organ Trafficking in Haiti and Worldwide"

    If you can sit through this nauseating report, consider that:

    1. Israel does not impose a death penalty and hasn't hanged anyone (let alone first cultivated their organs).

    2. Note the anti-semitic undertone and references:
    "the Jew has not changed" (Jews being ancient abominable creatures)
    "the enemies of all mankind"
    Indeed, unhuman, "with disdain for the human soul".

    3. The lie is expounded by discrediting Israel's help to Haiti (sending search and rescue teams as well as 40 doctors, 24 nurses and setting up a 500-bed field hospital - all allegedly done to "steal organs") while noting the alleged donations from Gaza (there were none from Gaza or the PA). Just another complete reversal, demonizing Israel for helping while glorifying the Hamas terrorists as if they had provided relief.

    The last reminds us that there is no free press there, it is government controlled. So while it may appear to us like a western-style news show, with a journalist report followed by a round-table discussion, note first that the 3 people all represent the same opinion (not to mention reference sources of "I read on the internet") and the false kudos to Gaza (but not the Palestinian Authority) reveals the political nature of the report, first to generate hate for Jews/Israel and secondly to support their Hamas allies.
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    Apr 19, 2010 4:39 AM GMT
    The silence is both deafening and telling.
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    Apr 19, 2010 8:49 PM GMT
    eagermuscle> The silence is both deafening and telling.

    What can they already say?

    As we've seen in topic after topic and on point after point, they are good at making false accusations, slinging slogans and advancing vacuous soundbites... but they can never substantiate, support or defend those.

    So it is here, too. The spam propagandists have been caught with their hand in the cookie jar, and everyone knows it. So they lie low for a while, and then they'll resurface to push more - or even the same - lies.

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    Jul 26, 2010 5:50 AM GMT
    The Fantasy World of ZIONWOOD

    http://avoicefrompalestine.wordpress.com/2009/12/06/the-fantasy-world-of-ziowood/

    Start from Right to Left.
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    Jul 26, 2010 12:18 PM GMT
    Caesaria ... you have your work cut out for you after that last post. The Palestinian propaganda is very efficient. Unfortunately, the true story of what happened in these situations will never be known. A picture does not tell a thousand words.
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    Nov 14, 2010 5:50 AM GMT
    The spam propagandists have been caught with their hand in the cookie jar, and everyone knows it. So they lie low for a while, and then they'll resurface to push more - or even the same - lies.

    gaydocalex> you have your work cut out for you after that last post

    Not really. It was just as predicted. Unable to defend any of the stories already exposed as false, we simply get a new slew of propaganda videos.


    Just last week a story made the rounds. Here is how the spam propagandists posted on RJ:

    sxydrkhair> Israeli settlers (invaders, occupiers, terrorists) burn 100 years old church in Jerusalem

    Note the piled on soundbite/slogans, but the result of the investigation - according to Police spokeswoman Luba As-Samri - produced no evidence of arson and it is suspected that the fire was accidentally started by candles.
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    Nov 06, 2011 8:13 PM GMT
    From another topic, in remembrance of Yitzhak Rabin, which the anti-Israel/Jew haters have attempted to hijack:

    M3rman> Israel's propaganda:
    [Photo showing Israeli chairty allegedly using photo of a crying Palestinian Arab girl]

    M3rman's claim that an Israeli soup kitchen used the picture of a crying Palestinian girl as an example of "Israel's propaganda" is bizarre.

    Even if true, so what?
    As if there are no suffering Israeli children?
    As if this was done on purpose or changes anything?


    pouncer> First the shill says it doesn't matter. Then he says (absurdly, given where the photo was lifted from) that it was purely accidental

    ROTFL. Not only can't the petty propagandist address any of my questions, he can't even answer his own and tell us why this matters.

    It also showcases his lack of logic. There is no evidence that the photo, assuming the allegations are true, was "lifted" from the original source. An over-worked volunteer, rushing to meet a deadline, may simply have Googled images of "israel crying girl" and found that one.

    Again: so what?


    How does this contrast with real propagada, as exposed in this CBS 60-Minutes report?

    p> [silence]

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    Nov 07, 2011 4:53 PM GMT
    Looks like pouncer insists on discussing this in the topic he's trying to hijack rather than here.
    Or perhaps he has so little to say that he dare not post it here lest he prove that he is a fool:

    M3rman's claim that an Israeli soup kitchen used the picture of a crying Palestinian girl as an example of "Israel's propaganda" is bizarre.

    Even if true, so what?
    As if there are no suffering Israeli children?
    As if this was done on purpose or changes anything?


    p> There is something creatively evil about using the imagery of the children one butchers and traumatises to pimp one's own "charitable" ends.

    ROTFL. An Israeli soup kitchen is butchering children?
    Spare us your own propaganda and faux outrage for-the-cause.


    There is no evidence that the photo, assuming the allegations are true, was "lifted" from the original source. An over-worked volunteer, rushing to meet a deadline, may simply have Googled images of "israel crying girl" and found that one.

    p> [silence]


    Then more nonsense as his enraged blind hate again clouds his ability to think logically:

    p> the Middle East's generally most privileged children

    Like I already asked: as if there are no suffering Israeli children?
    (He hates Israeli children because he's jealous of them?!)


    And more nonsense atop of nonsense:

    p> paraded in the Israeli press

    So this "propaganda", by an Israeli soup kitchen, was directed not at ignorant and unsuspecting people elsewhere, but at Israelis?


    How does this contrast with real propagada, as exposed in the CBS 60-Minutes report?

    p> [silence]

    That's right, it doesn't.
    But by all means, keep on babbling and making a mockery of yourself.
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    Nov 08, 2011 2:58 PM GMT
    Lacking coherent answers, propaganda pouncer continues to post off-topic elsewhere:

    M3rman's claim that an Israeli soup kitchen used the picture of a crying Palestinian girl as an example of "Israel's propaganda" is bizarre.

    Even if true, so what?
    As if there are no suffering Israeli children?
    As if this was done on purpose or changes anything?

    There is no evidence that the photo, assuming the allegations are true, was "lifted" from the original source. An over-worked volunteer, rushing to meet a deadline, may simply have Googled images of "israel crying girl" and found that one.


    p> Maybe the "over-worked volunteer" (couldn't be anything more serious than that of course) couldn't find the kind of "poverty" she was looking for in Israel?

    Once again we see the inability to think.
    There was no need to find poverty in Israel, just a photo of a child.

    Again, is he claiming that there are no suffering Israeli children?
    That there are no photos of a crying Israeli child?

    That there is a material difference?
    Indeed, it's not even clear why this would constitute "propaganda" even if the allegation is true and it was done on purpose.
    Who was being misled, and into believing what?


    How does this contrast with real propagada, as exposed in the CBS 60-Minutes report?

    p> [silence]

    That's right, it doesn't.
    But by all means, keep on babbling and making a fool of yourself (in 2 threads, if you prefer).

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    Nov 08, 2011 5:16 PM GMT
    Pallywood > Faux News
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    Feb 28, 2012 11:17 PM GMT
    French court overturns acquittal in al-Dura case

    Paris court overturns ruling exonerating French-Jewish politician, who claimed France 2 TV report staged IDF killing of Palestinian boy Mohammed al-Dura


    http://www.ynetnews.com/articles/0,7340,L-4196269,00.html

    In the full footage, al-Dura is seen raising his hand and leg and moving after the reporter announced his death. No blood marks were seen on his cloths.

    A French forensics expert explained to the court the ballistic impossibility of the child being killed by IDF fire, claiming there is no conclusive proof that al-Dura was even injured or killed, concluding it was most likely a fake video.

    For more details about this case, see:

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    Mar 18, 2012 10:18 PM GMT
    UN official tweets fraudulent photo
    http://untso.unmissions.org/Default.aspx?tabid=9795&language=en-US

    a UN official... tweeted a picture of a Palestinian child covered in blood and falsely claimed she was killed by an IDF strike. Kuhlood Badawi, an information and media coordinator for OCHA, the UN’s Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs, posted a link to the picture of a young girl covered in blood being carried by her father, along with the tweet: “Palestine is bleeding. Another child killed by #Israel... Another father carrying his child to a Grave in #Gaza.” The picture, it emerged, was published in 2006 by Reuters and was of a Palestinian girl who died in an accident unrelated to Israel. ...it became the top tweet the day it was posted for anything relating to Gaza.

    [Note not only the blatant propaganda from the people we expect to be impartial, but the disrespect for the dead girl and her family who are ab/used for the cause.]
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    Jul 30, 2012 5:17 PM GMT
    Photo of IDF Soldier Stepping on Girl Proven False

    http://www.idfblog.com/2012/02/03/photo-idf-soldier-stepping-girl-proven-false

    A photo of an IDF soldier purportedly stepping on a Palestinian girl in an act of brutality was recently debunked, after having been proven to be [taken] in Bahrain in December 2009.