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The Video is Not of Recent Protests in Tel Aviv

Ahmed Sabry Ahmed Sabry
12th February 2024
The Video is Not of Recent Protests in Tel Aviv
The video predates the war on Gaza (X)

The Claim

A video shows recent protests in Tel Aviv.


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Social media users shared a video clip that allegedly shows an escalation of protests in Tel Aviv against the Israeli government's stance during the ongoing events.

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Misbar’s Analysis

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

Misbar's team found that the video dates back to March 2023 and shows protests that took place in Tel Aviv against a proposed law that would restrict some powers of the Supreme Court as part of planned judicial system reforms.

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The video was shared in conjunction with marches that took place in Tel Aviv yesterday, Saturday, to support the families of Israelis detained by Hamas. Around ten thousand people participated in these marches, and the families of the detainees briefly blocked the Ayalon Road.

Also a protest took place near the residence of the Israeli President, initiated by the organization "Guards and Guardians of the Joint House," demanding an immediate announcement of an agreed-upon date for holding elections.

Qatar Strongly Condemns Israel's Planned Ground Offensive in Rafah

Qatar expressed its strongest condemnation on Sunday regarding Israel's intentions to launch a ground offensive in the city of Rafah. The nation urged the United Nations Security Council to intervene and prevent what it referred to as an act of "genocide."

In a statement published on its website, Qatar's Ministry of Foreign Affairs highlighted the potential humanitarian catastrophe that could unfold in Rafah, which has become a last refuge for hundreds of thousands of displaced individuals within the besieged Gaza Strip.

The Gulf nation called upon the Security Council to take immediate action, preventing the Israeli occupation forces from invading Rafah and committing acts of genocide. Additionally, Qatar urged the council to ensure full protection of civilians in accordance with international law and international humanitarian law.

The ministry further emphasized Qatar's resolute rejection of any attempts to forcibly displace the Palestinian people from the Gaza Strip.

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