2. A second photo tweeted Maissam Nablussi (@Nablussi), allegedly showing an aerial strike in Gaza today, was proven to have been in circulation back in 2009, completely unrelated to the current round of violence.
On March 11, Nablussi uploaded a photo to Facebook, claiming it depicted “Gaza under attack today.”
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Follow the full story of Khulood Badawi’s false photo tweet:
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- Exposed: UN Media Official Responsible for False Photo Tweet
- No Accountability For UN Official’s False Photo Tweet
- Following Up: Why the Radio Silence?
- Ambassador Demands Badawi’s Dismissal
- False Photo Tweet: UN Launches Inquiry
- Badawi’s Cold Correction