“PALLYWOOD” Muslims create staged scenes about Israeli atrocities that never happened, but, nevertheless, make headlines around the world. Hezbollah did it in the Lebanon-Israel War. Hamas does it all the time whenever they start a war with Israel and Israel must retaliate.
Israellycool (h/t Marvin G) And now, from the United Arab Emirates, Sheikha Hend bint Faisal Al Qasimi, an Emirati princess, businesswoman and philanthropist, recently tweeted the following to her over 433,000 Twitter followers:
Publishing fake photos of alleged Israeli air strikes that are several years old and not even from Gaza at all.
This has been retweeted almost 2,000 times, and the same or similar image has been tweeted out with differing captions by numerous Israel-haters.
This is yet another example of how a lie can travel around the world and back again while the truth is lacing up its boots. As you can see, the photo is from Syria, NOT Gaza. And I am even using Israel-hater Ken Roth as my proof!
As you can see, the haters go to work with Photoshop in order to remove the satellite TV antenna and add a few Zionist planes. I assume the reason for the former was to play into the “Concentration Camp Gaza” narrative.
’60 MINUTES’ blows the whistle on Pallywood:
MORE examples of Pallywood propaganda:
And here we have the cartoon version of Pallywood: