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Israel-Palestine Conflict — Image Of a Live Cartridge Circulated as Israel Targeting Hospital in Khan Yunis: Fact-Check 

A picture of a live cartridge has gone viral, purporting to depict a bullet fired by Israeli snipers at a Khan Yunis hospital.

Verified accounts on twitter, including @QudsNen tweeted “Displaced citizens sheltering in Nasser Hospital in Khan Yunis shared a photo of Israeli snipers’ bullets fired at the hospital.” on Jan 27, 2024. The tweet went viral and has received an about 6.7M views, contributing to the spread of the information. The archive can be read from above.

What is the Actual Truth About this Incident? : Fact

The truth is that the image depicts a live cartridge; the bullet hasn’t even fired yet. It has been falsely claimed by the propagandists that bullet was being fired by Israeli snipers at a Khan Yunis hospital, showing the image of the live cartridge.

Some have circulated a picture of a live cartridge. falsely claiming that a bullet is fired by Israeli snipers at a hospital in Khan Yunis.

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D-Intent’s Fact-Checking Results:

Intent:

Propagandists without any ammunition knowledge are circulating images of cartridges as fired bullets to set their propaganda against Israel. An image of a live cartridge has been shared, claiming that this image shows a bullet fired by Israeli snipers at a hospital in Khan Yunis. In actuality, the picture depicts a live cartridge—the bullet hasn’t even been fired.

Conclusion:

Fact : The fact is that the image shows a live cartridge, the bullet is not even fired.

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