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An old video of a girl feeding water to a child with her hands shared to be Palestinian orphans: Fact Check.

A touching video purporting to show a girl giving a boy water with her hands has gone viral. The children in the video are reportedly Palestinian orphans.

Sayed Khalid Faridi (“@imKhalidFaridi“) shared the picture on twitter and wrote it is an average day in the life of a Palestinian child without a mother or father. He added that Elon Musk has really changed the “Like” button for peace.

Verified profiles on X, including Naeem shah (“@Naeemshah19753“), Preeti Khatri (“@preetikhatri22“) claimed the same after sharing the video. The claim has reached to more number of users who also have the same thought.

The Actual Truth About the Image : Fact

The truth is that the video which shows the girl feeding water to a child, has been up on various social media platforms for at least 4 months. The video is not current and is unrelated to the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.

Meena Pandey shared the video of the incident on Facebook long time ago.

D-Intent’s Fact-Checking Results:

Intent:

In an effort to disseminate their propaganda over the unrest in the area, social media influencers are spreading outdated videos that they claim are from Palestine.

Conclusion:

Claim : Somebody shared a sweet video purporting to be of Palestinian orphans, in which a girl is seen giving a boy water with her hands.

Fact : The video is accessible on various social media platforms and has been for at least 4 months. The dispute between Israel and Palestine has nothing to do with the video.

Also Read : Israel-Palestine Conflict — Old Image Of Quadruplets From England Falsely Being Linked To Palestinian Victims: Fact-Check

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