Israeli army’s hospital claim in Gaza debunked

days of the week, not armed names

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(Photo: @ahmedeldin/ Instagram)
GAZA — Video footage depicts Israeli forces alleging that Al Rantisi Hospital in Gaza served Hamas militarily. In the video, a soldier misinterprets a calendar, claiming it's an operation list against Israel. However, closer inspection reveals Arabic week names and dates, debunking the assertion. The soldier mistakenly identifies the days as a 'terrorist guardian list.' This led to social media mockery, with many highlighting it as Israeli propaganda, as reported by Al Quds News Network.اضافة اعلان

On Instagram, @ahmedeldin wrote in a translated post, "The Israeli military spokesperson shared a picture from inside Al-Rantisi Hospital, claiming it's a schedule with names of armed individuals guarding hostages. After a high-level intelligence analysis of the image and schedule, we found that the names of the seven-armed individuals are as follows: Saturday, Sunday, Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday.

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