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Princess Salma of Jordan Shot Down 6 Iranian Drones During Iran-Israel Conflict? Fact-Check 

According to a screenshot that has been fraudulently manipulated and circulated, Princess Salma of Jordan shot down six Iranian drones last night.

@PoderioMilitar tweeted “Jordanian Princess Salma, a fighter jet pilot, shot down 6 Iranian drones flying towards Israel. She became the first female pilot in the Jordanian Armed Forces. The Iranian ayatollahs will not be happy when they discover that they were prevented by a woman.” on April 15, 2024. The tweet has received an about 178.7k views on X.

Several other accounts, including @gepardtatze, @Igor12066848, @MOSSADil, @jpsin1, @JoJakubowicz made the same claim that according to reports, Princess Salma of Jordan, an Air Force pilot, destroyed multiple Iranian drones that were heading to Israel. The archive can be read from above.

What is the Actual Truth About this Incident? : Fact

These assertions are made up and fraudulent. “Princess Salma of Jordan leads Air Force initiative to airdrop medical supplies in Gaza,” was the original headline of the article by . The publication date was December 15, 2023. Princess Salma bint Abdullah of Jordan has once again shown her everlasting dedication to humanity in the face of a turbulent situation. She led a team of Jordanian Air Force members in the fifth airdrop of emergency medical supplies to northern Gaza, demonstrating not just her aerial prowess but also her compassionate dedication to those in need.

D-Intent’s Fact-Checking Results:


Propagandists are circulating digitally altered news articles to set their propaganda over the escalating conflict between Israel-Iran. A digitally altered screenshot of a media outlet has been shared claiming that Princess Salma of Jordan shot down 6 Iranian drones last night. These assertions are untrue and made up. The original headline of the news story stated, “Princess Salma of Jordan leads Air Force initiative to airdrop medical supplies in Gaza.” and was published on December 15, 2023.


Fact : These claims are fake and fabricated. The article’s original headline reads, “Princess Salma of Jordan leads Air Force initiative to airdrop medical supplies in Gaza.” It was published on 15 December 2023.

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