In the days since the start of Israel’s Operation Protective Edge, there have been several complaints of Israeli media outlets not accurately reporting the conflict.
There’s been a number of reports of inaccurate images, videos and videos appearing on Israeli social media, and some of these are indeed legitimate news reports.
There are, however, many who argue that Israeli media is too quick to take down legitimate reports that are critical of Israel.
As it stands, however the vast majority of the reported incidents appear to be hoaxes, with a number that are being shared widely across social media and in news outlets.
What do we know about the hoaxes?
There are a few major issues with the reporting of hoaxes.
First, there’s the problem of the “fake news” meme, which is widely used in the West.
This meme is often used by news outlets and social media to dismiss legitimate reports of fake news and fake news stories.
However, there are plenty of legitimate reports out there, and fake stories are the problem.
In the end, fake news accounts are simply reporting stories that are often not based on reality.
And as far as the meme goes, the meme is not even accurate.
For one thing, the idea that the meme originated with the Russian government to undermine Western media outlets, a claim that the mainstream media has refuted.
Moreover, the memes themselves have become increasingly more sophisticated over time, with some of the latest creations including pictures of fake children and fake explosions, and other images of children posing with weapons.
So the idea behind the meme, as well as the propaganda behind it, is largely based on lies and misinformation.
There is, of course, one other issue with the fake news meme.
The mainstream media is often quick to jump on the hoax and make the false claim that fake news is “hijacking” the news cycle, when in fact hoaxes and fake accounts are often the result of genuine news sources trying to make a name for themselves.
As a result, fake reports of hoaxed news are being widely shared across social and media platforms.
The other issue is that fake stories can often be taken down or even reported to have been fake.
Fake news accounts may be trying to gain notoriety by posting fake news articles on the internet, but it is more often the case that the fake reports have been reported by legitimate sources.
It is therefore important to check reports before they are shared.
This article was originally published on The Jerusalem Report.
It has been updated with the latest information.
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