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Photos of Israeli settlers in bomb shelters were taken from Palestine not Golan Heights

Photos of Israeli settlers in bomb shelters were taken from Palestine not Golan Heights

Ahmad Primo Ahmad Primo   Thursday 10th May 2018

Ahmad Primo Ahmad Primo   Thursday 10th May 2018

Pro-regime social media pages and arabic news websites shared news today saying “Israeli settlers taking fleeing to bomb shelters” with photos showing several civilians including women and elderlies in what appears to be bomb shelters.

The publishers said the photos are new and showing Israeli settlers after fleeing to bomb shelters due to shelling targeted occupied Golan Heights.

Following a reverse-search conducted by Verify-Sy, it turns out these photos are old and were taken in different areas in Palestine.

First photo was taken by Reuters’ photo/grapher Baz Ratner on 14 July 2014 of an Israeli civilians in Byr al-Sabe’a city in south Palestine.

 
The second one showing a number of Israeli settlers in a bomb shelter inside a civilian building after they heard sirens in Tal Aviv on 17 November 2012 and it was also taken by one of Reuters’ photo/graphers.
 

The third photo was taken by AFP’s photo/grapher Daniel Bar showing Israeli settlers taking shelter in a bomb shelter in Tal Aviv on 16 November 2012 after a rocket was launched from Gaza.

 


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