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Israel-Palestine Conflict — Old Visuals From A Documentary Movie “Infiltrators,” 2012, Circulated With False Claims: Fact-Check

A recent video from Gaza has gone viral, showing a boy supplying bread through a hole in the wall. The video purports to show that an Egyptian boy made the hole in the wall to supply food for the Palestinians.

Verified accounts on twitter, including @drhossamsamy65 also claimed the same that an Egyptian boy made a hole in the wall and provided food for the Palestinians. It shows a boy bringing bread to the Palestinians through the opening. The twitter user described this act as an enthusiasm that cannot be found in his country’s army or in the rest of the Arab and Islamic rulers. The tweet post was made on Dec 22, 2023, which has received an about 1.8M views on X.

Several other accounts, including @Lailafatimeh, @High_voltage999 also made the same claim that more than all the Arab leaders, the enthusiasm of this Egyptian teenager who made a hole in the wall between Egypt and Gaza and deliver bread to the Gaza population is greater. The archive can be read from above.

What is the Actual Truth About this Incident? : Fact

After some investigation, we discovered that this video clip is from the 2012 documentaryTT movie “Infiltrators,” which was directed by Khaled Jarrar. This video is a movie scene that was shot in the West Bank; it is not related to the current conflict in Gaza.

The video clip was uploaded in Facebook on Nov 22, 2021.

Check out the Youtube Video:

D-Intent’s Fact-Checking Results:

Intent:

Propagandists are circulating more than a decade-old movie scene with false claims to set their propaganda over the ongoing war in Gaza. Several users have claimed on the social media that the video shows a boy from Egypt making a hole in the wall and giving food to the Palestinians. The boy is seen delivering bread through the opening. After proper research, analysis and fact-checking, we have discovered that that the footage comes from a 2012 documentary film called “Infiltrators,” which was directed by Khaled Jarrar. This film, which is merely a scene from a movie set in the West Bank, is not recent and has nothing to do with the ongoing conflict in Gaza.

Conclusion:

Fact : According to our research, this video clip is from the documentary movie “Infiltrators,” directed by Khaled Jarrar and released in 2012. This video is not recent and has nothing to do with the ongoing conflict in Gaza; it is simply a movie scene from the West Bank.

Also Read : Israel-Palestine Conflict — Old Image of an Injured Israeli Soldier From Israel-Lebanon Border Resurfaced With False Claims: Fact-Check 

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