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This Image Does Not Show Two Israeli Female Soldiers Who Were Raped

Ahmed Sabry Ahmed Sabry
7th March 2024
This Image Does Not Show Two Israeli Female Soldiers Who Were Raped
The image is from a movie and does not show raped Israeli soldiers (X)

The Claim

An image shows Two Israeli Female Soldiers Who Were Raped.

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Social media users recently shared an image that allegedly shows two Israeli soldiers who were raped.

A screenshot of two women in military uniforms

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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 dates back to 2014 and was taken from an Israeli satirical film that was released in the same year.

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“Zero Motivation” is a dark comedy film from Israel, released in 2014 and directed by Talya Lavie. Premiering at the 2014 Tribeca Film Festival, it garnered two awards. In the movie, the story of Zohar and Daffi, two soldiers navigating their way through their mandatory service with the Israeli Forces.

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