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The Video Does Not Show Putin Ignoring Netanyahu Recently

Ahmed Sabry Ahmed Sabry
7th February 2024
The Video Does Not Show Putin Ignoring Netanyahu Recently
The video does not show Putin ignoring Netanyahu (X)

The Claim

A video shows Putin Ignoring Netanyahu Recently.

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Recently, social media users shared a video claiming to show the Russian President Putin ignoring Israel's Prime Minister Netanyahu.

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Misbar’s Analysis

Misbar investigated the circulating video and found the claim to be misleading. 

The Video Does Not Show Putin Ignoring Netanyahu

Misbar's team found that the video dates back to January 2020, when the Russian President Vladimir Putin arrived at the venue of the Fifth World Holocaust Forum held in Jerusalem.

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We also found a  video of Putin's speech on i24newsEnglish's YouTube channel. During the conclusion of his speech, Putin approached Netanyahu and exchanged handshakes and hugs with the Israeli leader.

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Additional images from the forum also featured interactions between Putin and Netanyahu, showcasing their engagement with one another. The Russian President Vladimir Putin and Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu jointly unveil a monument commemorating the victims of the Leningrad Siege during the Second World War.

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Hamas Presents Three-Stage Plan for Truce, Prisoner Exchange, and Gaza Reconstruction

Late on Tuesday, Hamas introduced a three-stage plan through Qatari and Egyptian mediators. Firstly, they would release Israeli hostages captured on October 7 in exchange for the freedom of 1,500 Palestinian prisoners. Additionally, the plan aims to ensure the reconstruction of Gaza, complete withdrawal of Israeli forces, and the exchange of bodies and remains.

In response to Israel's proposal two weeks ago, which called for a six-week ceasefire and the phased release of around 130 Israelis held captive in Gaza in exchange for Palestinian prisoners, Hamas has presented its own initiative. The Hamas plan suggests a truce divided into three phases, each lasting 45 days. During the first phase, all female Israeli hostages, males under 19, and elderly and sick individuals would be released in exchange for Palestinian women and children held in Israeli jails. The second phase would involve the release of the remaining male hostages, while the third phase would focus on the exchange of bodies.

By the conclusion of the third phase, Hamas expects both sides to have reached an agreement to end the ongoing war, thus setting the stage for a lasting resolution.

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