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Some anti-Islam Indian accounts on X falsely accuse Palestinians of faking war injuries

By France24
21 October 2023   |   12:26 pm
Two viral videos are circulating in India on accounts with Islamophobic and pro-Israel tendencies, which claim to show Palestinians faking injuries amid the war between Israel and Hamas. These videos are old and have nothing to do with the recent conflict. We tell you more in this edition of Truth or Fake.

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