Red Cross denies tracking device claim on Hamas fighter

Red Cross denies tracking device claim on Hamas fighter
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GAZA — The International Committee of the Red Cross refutes false allegations circulating online, specifically denying claims of engaging in espionage activities. Social media users accused the organization of affixing a tracking device to a Hamas fighter during the release of Israeli detainees. اضافة اعلان

In an official statement, the Red Cross reiterated its commitment to humanitarian principles and ethics, condemning the dissemination of false information that puts its staff at risk and impedes their ability to aid communities affected by conflict.

The organization stressed the importance of verifying information before sharing it to prevent the spread of misinformation and to maintain a conducive environment for life-saving humanitarian efforts, Khaberni reported.

A video shared on social media purportedly depicts a Red Cross employee involved in espionage against Hamas. The video alleges that the employee attached a small tracking device to the back of a Hamas member delivering Israeli detainees to the Red Cross. This video triggered outrage and condemnation on social platforms, prompting many to demand clarification regarding the authenticity of these allegations.

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