Uncovering the Hypocrisy of Palestinian Propaganda

The mainstream media eats up Palestinian propaganda without bothering to check the facts.

By David Lazarus | | Topics: palestinians, Media
Photo: YouTube screenshot

This just posted on his Facebook page by our friend Yoseph Haddad, the Israeli Arab teaching his fellow Arabs that they need to defend Israel alongside the Jews.

Yesterday, as part of the regular clashes between Palestinians and the police forces in Issawiya (an Arab neighborhood in Jerusalem), stones were thrown at the police, some of them by little kids, their families encouraging them to do so knowing that the police will not do anything to them.

The police in response sent a summons to the father of one of those kids to warn him and make clear to him the he is responsible for his kid’s actions.

Over the past few days, there has been a wave from the Arab members of the Knesset (Israeli Parliament) choose to distort the facts and distribute fake news about the boy himself being summoned for questioning! That’s a lie!

It has already been shown that the child was not summoned for questioning, but his father was the one who was summoned (and took his child with him for the purpose of false propaganda). But it does not stop the Arab Knesset members from spreading these lies, exploiting them for anti-Israeli incitement and some also increasing to do it by tweeting about it in English to create a negative image of Israel in the world.

These Arab Knesset members are a major factor in the rift between Jews and Arabs in the country.

Haddad went on to point out that when Palestinian Muslims violently attacked a Saudi journalist on the Temple Mount last week, these same Arab MKs were silent. But now that Israeli Jews are involved, “you are making noise to spread lies around the world,” he lamented, adding that “you [the Arab Members of Knesset] are hypocrites!”

Yoseph Haddad, a 33-year-old Israeli Arab and disabled IDF veteran, teaches fellow Arabs that they need to defend Israel alongside the Jews. Read exclusive Israel Today interview with Haddad.

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