A number of Facebook posts wrongly claim a video showed protests in London against the arrest of the former Pakistani Prime Minister earlier this month.
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Logically→ Former Pakistan PM Imran Khan is alive and was not injected with toxins to trigger a cardiac arrest
Logically→ 2021 video from Guatemala falsely shared as pro-Imran Khan protests in Pakistan occupied Kashmir
Logically→ Altered video of actors Hrithik Roshan and Salman Khan supporting Imran Khan goes viral
Logically→ Agreement between Pakistan government and Imran Khan stating terms for his arrest is fabricated
Logically→ Video of protests outside former Pakistan Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif’s London home predate Imran Khan’s arrest
Logically→ Old photos used to falsely claim former Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan was ‘tortured,’ ‘killed’ after his arrest
Logically→ No, actor Akshay Kumar has not condemned former Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan’s arrest
Logically→ This image claiming to show London Mayor Sadiq Khan with his wife has been digitally altered
Logically→ Dr. Bharat Pankhania is not the CEO of the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation
FactCheck.org→ Khanna Voted For — and Against — Raising Debt Limit During Trump Era
In the early hours of Feb. 9, 2018, Rep. Ro Khanna voted against a budget bill that also raised the federal debt limit. Khanna opposed the bill because it did not include a provision to protect so-called Dreamers — immigrants who were brought to
Logically→ Video of a dispute between neighbors in Uttarakhand falsely shared with a communal spin
Logically→ Mayor Sadiq Khan didn’t organize Ramadan lights in London, it was privately organized
Full Fact→ No evidence Sadiq Khan said people should ‘create harmony by learning Arabic’
We’ve found no evidence for a widely shared social media claim that the Mayor of London said people should learn Arabic.
Logically→ London’s Mayor Sadiq Khan will launch a scheme to ban dog walking in Tower Hamlets.
Sadiq Khan has not proposed a scheme to ban dog walking; the claim in the shared tweet is false.
Logically→ An Image shows encroachments on railway lines in Haldwani, Uttarakhand.
The image used in the post is not from Haldwani. A 2013 photograph from Kolkata has been shared as homes along the railway line in Haldwani.
Logically→ Video shows chief guest Shah Rukh Khan at the FIFA World Cup 2022 closing ceremony.
The video is from 2018, when the actor inaugurated showrooms for a jewelry brand. Khan was not a chief guest for the final match at the World Cup.
Logically→ Actor Shahrukh Khan promised to donate the first day’s earnings from his film Pathan to Pakistan.
Actor Shahrukh Khan didn't make such a statement. The claim stemmed from a Facebook page known for sharing satirical content.
PolitiFact→ Ro Khanna – US trade deficit with China now $400 billion per year, much higher than in the 1990s
The U.S. "trade deficit with China has gone from about $80 billion a year in the 1990s to $400 billion a year.”
Logically→ These images show former Pakistan PM Imran Khan injured after a gunman attacked his convoy at a protest march.
Old images of Khan are being shared as images of the former Pakistan PM from the recent attack on him at a protest march in Punjab province.
The Dispatch→ Imran Khan, Survivor
Pakistan’s former prime minister will recover from being shot in the leg, but how his country responds is another question: A Dispatch Explainer. The post Imran Khan, Survivor appeared first on The Dispatch.
Logically→ The video shows a helicopter carrying Kedarnath pilgrims, which crashed in Uttarakhand.
Logically→ A Sikh group protested against actor Aamir Khan’s film Laal Singh Chaddha.
The viral photo depicts Sikh groups demonstrating in support of actor Aamir Khan's film and not against it. Slogans were raised in favor of the film.
Logically→ These images show Aamir Khan with members of terrorist organizations.
Images of Aamir Khan meeting Shahid Afridi, Junaid Shamshed, and Tariq Jamil at Hajj in 2012 are shared with false narratives that he met terrorists.
Logically→ Russia’s President Putin told Pakistan’s PM Imran Khan that Gilgit-Baltistan should be part of India.
The subtitles posted in the viral video are fake. The video had no mention of Pakistan or Gilgit-Baltistan.
Logically→ Gauri Khan accompanied Shah Rukh Khan at singer Lata Mangeshkar’s funeral.
Shah Rukh Khan's manager Pooja Dadlani was misidentified as his wife, Gauri Khan.
Logically→ Shah Rukh Khan was spotted spitting at the funeral of veteran singer Lata Mangeshkar.
Shah Rukh Khan offered a dua and blew air at Lata Mangeshkar's funeral. This is a common ritual gesture in Islam that was misrepresented as spitting.
Logically→ A man named Ajmal Khan killed a Hindu family in Rajasthan after not being allowed to marry their daughter.
Ajit Cheeta assaulted his wife and killed both of his daughters and injured his wife. No communal reasons were cited by police reports.
Logically→ Indian actor Mukesh Khanna has succumbed to COVID-19.
Mukesh Khanna has rubbished his death rumors and clarified that he is healthy and fine.
Logically→ Amit Shah and Yogi Adityanath took part in the 2021 Kumbh Mela’s holy dip ceremony in Haridwar, Uttarakhand.
An old image of Amit Shah and Yogi Adityanath taking part in the Kumbh Mela is falsely shared as a recent one.
AFP Fact Check→ Old video of Pakistan PM Khan circulates alongside false claim about 2021 extremist party protests
A video of Pakistan's Prime Minister Imran Khan has been viewed more than four million times on Facebook alongside a claim that it shows him condemning protests against a Pakistan extremist party leader's arrest in April 2021. The claim is false:
Logically→ The Bharatiya Janata Party took away land rights from Jharkhand’s tribes.
After several protests across Jharkhand, the BJP withdrew a bill that would let Jharkhand's government acquire lands of Adivasis in the state.
Logically→ A group of Jihadists attacked Hindu women and demolished idols in a house in Roorkee, Uttarakhand.
An incident of a property dispute between two parties has been incorrectly attributed and circulated with a communal angle to mislead people.
AFP Fact Check→ This video shows Indian paramilitary troops conducting relief operations in Uttarakhand after a glacier burst
A video has been viewed repeatedly in multiple Facebook posts alongside a claim it shows Indian soldiers demolishing bunkers that were built by China along a lake on the disputed border in Ladakh. The claim is false: the video actually shows Indian par
AFP Fact Check→ The photo has circulated online since 2013 in reports about members of the RSS helping flood victims in Uttarakhand
Multiple Facebook posts share a photograph they claim shows members of the Hindu nationalist Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh group carrying food and medicine to the survivors of a deadly flash flood in a remote Indian Himalayan valley on February 7, 2021.
AFP Fact Check→ This video has been edited to include a recording of a voice taunting Pakistani PM Imran Khan
A video of Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan has been viewed more than one million times in multiple posts on Facebook, Twitter and YouTube alongside a claim that it shows him being ridiculed by a caller during a live phone-in. The claim is false: th
Logically→ Uttarakhand police to not clear passport or gun license verification if the citizen has posted anti-national content on social media.
Uttarakhand police have decided to deny passport and gun license verification to people who habitually post anti-national content on social media.
AFP Fact Check→ Video distorts Imran Khan’s comments on Indian government
A video of Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan appearing to praise the government of Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi has been viewed tens of thousands of times online. However, the footage has been misleadingly clipped; the full video of Khan’s r
AFP Fact Check→ Clickbait Pakistani news articles falsely suggest Jemima Goldsmith, ex-wife of PM Imran Khan, gave birth to baby girl
Clickbait headlines on several Pakistani news articles published in November 2020 claim that British film producer Jemima Goldsmith, ex-wife of Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan, has given birth to a baby girl. The articles were shared hundreds of ti
AFP Fact Check→ The footage has been edited and does not accurately depict the press conference in which Imran Khan criticised the French government
A clip from a news broadcast has been shared in multiple Facebook and Twitter posts that claim it shows Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan blaming Muslims for recent acts of terrorism in France. But the claim is misleading: the posts share a short, ed