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Fake Hunger

Can you really believe the news you see?  A video I saw today changed my perspective of the manipulative level of the mainstream news media.

I happened to see this video on YouTube:

 Quote from Israel National News:

The video shows footage from various locations throughout Gaza City, including popular eateries such as El-Sultan and Al-Basha Restaurant. These establishments are packed with patrons enjoying their meals – a stark contrast to what many have been led to believe about conditions within the region.

Now14 News points out that while there may be economic hardships faced by many residents due to blockades and political unrest, this does not mean they are unable to access food or other basic necessities. He argues that these situations should not be used as an excuse for spreading misinformation about forced starvation in Gaza when it simply isn’t true based on his observations during his visit there recently.

This video serves as a reminder that while difficult times may exist for some living in areas like Gaza, it doesn’t mean everyone is suffering from forced starvation or lack of access to essential services – something which should always be taken into consideration before sharing such claims without proper verification.

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