Israel-Haters Fall for Embarrassingly Bad ‘General Moshe’ Hoax
Of course he isn’t what he claims to be – he is yet another palestinian Arab propagandist armed with their main (non-violent) weapon: the lie.
And even if this tweet admitting he is an actor did not exist, it is clear he is not Israeli, let alone a former Israel general.
For a start, as an Israeli – and a relatively knowledgeable one at that – I would recognize him if he was who he claimed. Yet I have never seen or heard of this joker before. The Israeli media has never mentioned him, which is also weird if he is what he claims to be.
He does look a bit like famous Israeli chef Yisrael Aharoni though.
Then there is the matter of his sub par Hebrew with heavy Arabic accent.
I mean he pronounces his name “Moshi” and not “Moshe” for goodness sake!
Perhaps he took his pronunciation from this guy’s name:
Thirdly, you can see he tried to emulate the unform of the IDF Chief of General Staff but missed it by that much:
And what is with the magical disappearing yarmulke?
In other words, this is not even a credible attempt to impersonate a former IDF general.
Yet the Israel-haters have fallen for it hook, line and sinker.
A former general in the occupation army, General Moshe, warned of what he described as protests and chaos in the streets of Israel in protest of the judicial amendments.
General Moshe announced, on his TikTok page, that the recent protests over the judicial amendments will soon lead to the demise of the State of Israel.
And he said: “We give good tidings to you, O Muslims and O Arabs everywhere … as well as the rabbis who know the Qur’an well, that the children of Israel are destroying their state with their own hands.”
General Moshe cited the Almighty saying: (They destroy their homes with their own hands and the hands of the believers).
He said that Israel was built on a flimsy foundation, citing a verse from the Holy Qur’an in Surat Al-Ankabut: “Indeed, the weakest of homes is the house of the spider, if only they knew.”
Which just goes to show how they will believe anything, as long as it involves demonizing Jews or the Jewish state.