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This Image Does Not Show Chris Evans Signing An Israeli Bomb

Ahmed Sabry Ahmed Sabry
10th February 2024
This Image Does Not Show Chris Evans Signing An Israeli Bomb
The photo is unrelated to the war on Gaza (X)

The Claim

An image shows Chris Evans signing an Israeli bomb.


Emerging story

An image, shared on X, allegedly shows the actor Chris Evans signing an Israeli bomb meant to bomb Gaza.

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Misbar’s Analysis

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

Misbar's team found that the image was captured in 2016 during Chris Evans' visit to an air base in Turkey.

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The accompanying caption states, "Marine Gen. Joseph F. Dunford, Jr., chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, and USO entertainers meet with service members at Incirlik Air Base, Dec. 5, 2016. Dunford, along with USO entertainers, will visit service members who are deployed from home during the holidays at various locations across the globe." 

Israeli Airstrikes Claim Palestinian Lives in Rafah and Gaza City

Israeli airstrikes targeted a house and a vehicle in Rafah, a city located in the southern part of the Gaza Strip, resulting in the deaths of at least five Palestinians and leaving others injured. Additionally, two homes in Gaza City were bombed by Israeli warplanes.

According to local sources, a house in the eastern area of Rafah was struck by Israeli warplanes, resulting in the death of one individual and causing injuries to several others. Another airstrike targeted a police vehicle in Rafah's Brazil neighborhood, claiming the lives of two Palestinians.

Eyewitnesses also reported that Israeli occupation forces demolished a residential block in the western part of Khan Yunis, located in the southern region of Gaza, as part of their ongoing military offensive in the province.

In another incident, an Israeli airstrike hit a house in the Zaitoun neighborhood, west of Gaza City, resulting in the loss of one civilian's life and injuries to approximately six others. Furthermore, Israeli artillery shelled a residence in the Shabura neighborhood, located in the southern part of Gaza City, leading to one fatality and several injuries.

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