CLAIM: A video shows Israeli soldiers placing a flag atop Gaza’s Shifa Hospital. AP’S ASSESSMENT: False.
Video shows Israeli soldiers “raising their flag” over al-Shifa hospital in Gaza.
Does a video show Israeli soldiers placing their national flag atop the Al Shifa hospital in Gaza? No, that's not true: Al Shifa buildings seen in other photos didn't appear to have any UN markings on the rooftops, while the building in v
Shadow chancellor Rachel Reeves seems to have mistaken the number of treatments waiting to begin with the number of individuals awaiting treatment.
Did the Ministry of Health in Gaza announce that all the ICU patients at the Al Shifa hospital had died in mid-November 2023 because of Israeli bombardments and cutting off electricity as well as blocking supplies? No, that's not true: Pa
The Quds News Network deleted a post stating that ‘all ICU patients’ had died but the image is still circulating.
https://www.snopes.com/news/2023/11/13/video-palestinian-man-mother/ On Nov.
Does a video show a Gaza man giving "an Oscar-worthy performance for the camera" with fake injuries? No, that's not true: According to translated audio, the footage shows a group of people saying that the man's wounds are not as serious a
A video showing multiple clips of CCTV footage has been shared across social media platforms.
Does a video on social media show Israel "blowing up people in hospitals" in the aftermath of the Hamas attack on October 7, 2023? No, that's not true: The video shows scenes that can be traced to Omar bin Abdulaziz Hospital in Aleppo, Sy
Video shows “Israel Zionist blowing up people in hospitals” in 2023.
Screenshots supposedly showing Israeli forces taking responsibility for the explosion are circulating online.
Wes Streeting told the Labour conference that tooth decay was the number one reason children end up in hospital but this is only true of children aged five and over.
AP’S ASSESSMENT: False.
AP’S ASSESSMENT: False.
Did a Wall Street Journal article state that it was "an American MK-84" bomb that hit the Gaza hospital on October 17, 2023? No, that's not true: The newspaper did not publish that. The only supporting "evidence" in the social media post
A pro-Israel social media influencer posted on X that an Israeli airstrike hit a Gaza hospital, then deleted it, raising suspicions among social media users about who or what had caused the blast. But he said his post was based on an early headline tha
The Wall Street Journal reported that the Oct. 17 Gaza hospital explosion was caused by an American missile.
Did the "Palestinian ambassador in Japan" say that the Al Ahli Baptist Hospital in Gaza had received a warning from Israel before an explosion on October 17, 2023? Yes, that is true. However, the representative, Waleed Siam, later correct
Does a video shared on social media show a "failed Hamas rocket launch" striking a hospital in Gaza on October 17, 2023? No, that's not true: The clip was widely shared more than a year earlier in August 2022. At the time, it was reported
Does a video genuinely show people waiting in a hospital "vanishing [into] thin air" during the religious phenomenon known as the rapture? No, that's not true: An edited video shared to social media in October 2023 was created by Perhaps
REVIEW Casting doubt on the effectiveness of COVID-19 vaccines has been a recurring theme of misinformation since the vaccination rollout in December 2020. Health Feedback has covered this subject in several previous reviews, explaining why claims t
This claim has been shared by thousands of people on social media.
Does a video demonstrate an "official statement" confirming an assassination attempt on Russian president Vladimir Putin? No, that's not true: The clip does not contain any images of such a document, and no credible reports from establish
SciCheck Digest Each year, respiratory syncytial virus hospitalizes 58,000 to 80,000 children under age 5 in the U.S. The Food and Drug Administration recently approved an antibody injection for babies to protect them during the RSV season. There i
Articles in the Sun said that about a third of 11,000 malnutrition cases in England involved children. The actual share is about 3%.
Does a "Hollywood report" about Angelina Jolie accompanied by a photo of what appears to be the actress in a hospital bed "confirm" anything about the star? No, that's not true: The post and link to a website gives no information about Jo
REVIEW The narrative that COVID-19 vaccines increase the risk of getting sick with COVID-19 has resurfaced many times since the start of the vaccination campaign in late 2020. Health Feedback explained previously on multiple occasions that claims fe