These pictures have been debunked previously on this blog but the attention on Hamas's brainwashing of children caused their resurrection
Debunking the annual Flood Libel is as easy as 1, 2, 3.
Once again, we are confronted with obvious lies
In the wake of Friday's violent "March of Return" riots, some palestinians and their supporters have claimed Israel was using white phosphorus or other chemical weapons on the rioters
The haters (like Linda Sarsour) are out in full force with the latest palestinian "sob story" - those nefarious Jews have gone and evicted a palestinian family from their home in the Muslim Quarter of Jerusalem's Old City.
Facts do not matter when your goal is to demonize Israel.
Latest Libel: Hamas Claims Israeli Negotiators Never Mentioned Ethiopian-Israel Captive Avera Mengistu
Hamas lies in order to cause strife and demonize Israel further
Another example of the kinds of lies disseminated by the haters, and how easily their fellow haters will gobble them up
Pallywood, Christmas style
Last week, a number of anti-Israel Facebook pages shared the story of Nada Ibdah, an Arab teenager who was the victim of a hit-and-run accident in Haifa last year.
They say a lie travels around the globe while the truth is putting on its shoes. Today, one did while me and other observant Jews around the world were offline for the Jewish Sabbath.
Another Electronic Intifada smear job
In time for Christmas, an anti-Israel propaganda website called Palestine Post 24 is trying to stoke up resentment from Christians against Israel by reporting about a church arson