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Weaponizing fake news? IDF accused of misleading Western media about ‘Gaza invasion’ to bait a deadly trap for Hamas — RT World News From “RT World News”




By Nebojsa Malic, senior writer at RT

Israeli press has suggested that the strangely worded IDF announcement about ground troops in Gaza was deliberate, causing major outlets to report fake news – and Hamas militants to go exactly where Israeli military wanted them.

Shortly after midnight on Friday, Israel Defense Forces (IDF) tweeted that “air and ground troops are currently attacking in the Gaza Strip.” This led a number of outlets – such as the New York Times, the Wall Street Journal, AFP and NPR –  to report that Israeli soldiers have actually entered the Palestinian-controlled territory, from which Hamas and Islamic Jihad militants had been launching rockets over the past week. Here’s the Washington Post, for example:Israeli troops have entered the Gaza Strip as conflict with Palestinians escalates, Israeli military says https://t.co/Rc9VG9ImE0— The Washington Post (@washingtonpost) May 13, 2021Two hours later, however, the IDF issued a “clarification”: there were no ground troops in Gaza, and never had been. Officially, the confusion was due to “internal miscommunication,” IDF spokesman Lieutenant Colonel Jonathan Conricus told reporters on Friday. “These things can sometimes happen in the midst of a complex operation with many moving parts and with an unclear picture of what was happening,” he said. “As soon as I understood that I had the wrong information, I updated the relevant people with a clarification.”

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Or Heller, a military correspondent for Israel’s Channel 13, says otherwise. “It was a manipulation. It was smart and it was successful,” he said, according to AP. “What we saw tonight was a very sophisticated operation that had a media aspect to it.”According to Heller, the reports led Hamas fighters to make for the underground tunnels that Israelis call “the Metro,” from which they hoped to emerge and ambush the invaders. The IDF used 160 airplanes and artillery to target the tunnels, bombing them for around 40 minutes – and apparently inflicting heavy casualties on the militants.During a conference call with a number of outlets on Friday, Conricus reportedly said there was no attempt “to try to fool anybody or to cause you to write anything that isn’t true,” adding that he “can understand that it may look differently.”He did admit the IDF was trying to deceive Hamas with tactics like massing armor near the border with Gaza. The “target audience” of that wasn’t the press but “hopefully the dead terrorists that are now lying inside the tunnel,” he said.“What the IDF wanted to create was a situation where they went down into the tunnels so that we could attack them,” he said. The twist? His quote came from an off-the-record call, a recording of which was obtained by the New York Times from another outlet.

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What’s interesting is that outlets that relied on IDF’s tweet verbatim – rather than Conricus – did not jump to conclusions, but reported that Israeli tanks and artillery began striking Gaza alongside the drones and jets already used in the conflict. For example, RT’s Paula Slier reported that artillery units from Israel’s Golani Brigade were “shooting into Gaza from the border, but have not crossed over.”#IsraelGaza: Artillery units from #Israel’s #Golani Brigade are shooting into #Gaza from the border, but have not crossed over.The #IDF has said that residents of border communities up to 4km must remain in shelters until further notice.— Paula Slier (@PaulaSlier_RT) May 13, 2021Reporters who asked Conricus, however, were told otherwise. Wall Street Journal’s Felicia Schwartz tweeted that the colonel told her directly “there are ground troops in Gaza” before retracting that – two hours later.To be clear, @LTCJonathan told me directly, “there are ground troops in Gaza.” That was the basis for a first story saying so. He retracted that statement two hours later and I changed the story to reflect that, and that is noted in the text and will be corrected. https://t.co/8HRBjBwTYW— Felicia Schwartz (@felschwartz) May 14, 2021It wasn’t just Western media that misreported the story. Judah Ari Gross of the Times of Israel said he was “told unambiguously that Israeli troops had entered the Strip, despite this not being the case.”“Yes. As it’s written in the statement: Indeed, ground forces are attacking in Gaza. That is that they are in the Strip,” Gross said Conricus had told him.Weaponizing information is hardly a novelty. “All warfare is based on deception,” ancient Chinese strategist Sun Tzu wrote 2,500 years ago. In these times of ‘5G’ warfare that’s mainly psychological, fake news is intended to disarm the adversary mentally before any shots are fired, to ensure they aren’t to begin with. Apparently, this kind of media manipulation has a role to play even once the shooting starts. If the IDF really deliberately misinformed reporters, foreign and domestic, about its activities in Gaza in order to trick Hamas into a trap – as Heller claims and outlets like Jerusalem Post suggest may have happened, that means war reporters caught on the “kinetic” battlefield have one more headache to worry about.

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New York blasts broadband firms for fake net neutrality comments | Internet News From “Al Jazeera – Breaking News, World News and Video from Al Jazeera”



A four-year investigation concludes that US broadband companies hid their involvement in the campaign, which resulted in 18 million bogus comments on the hot-button issue, the New York attorney general said.By Erik Larson and Todd ShieldsBloombergThe biggest U.S. broadband companies financed a “secret campaign” in 2017 to generate millions of fake public comments to the Federal Communications Commission to provide cover for the regulator’s planned repeal of net neutrality rules, New York’s top law enforcement officer said.
A four-year investigation by the state concluded that the companies hid their involvement in the effort, which resulted in 18 million bogus comments out of 22 million total on the hot-button issue, New York Attorney General Letitia James said in a statement Thursday.
In a Republican-led vote in 2017, the FCC swept aside the net neutrality rules that barred broadband providers from favoring partners’ internet traffic.
It later rejected calls to delay ending the rules, saying it hadn’t relied on suspicious submissions. Ajit Pai, then FCC chairman under President Donald Trump, said the move would “restore internet freedom.”
“Nearly every comment and message the broadband industry submitted to the FCC and Congress was fake, signed using the names and addresses of millions of individuals without their knowledge or consent” James, a Democrat, said in the statement.
The comments “did not reflect people’s real viewpoints, with more than 8.5 million of those comments using the names and personal information of real people without their knowledge or consent.”
New York said in its report that the campaign was run through the nonprofit group Broadband for America. The organization lists members including AT&T Inc., Charter Communications Inc. and Comcast Corp., as well as trade groups CTIA, which represents large wireless carriers, NCTA–The Internet & Television Association, and USTelecom-The Broadband Association.
None of the companies or trade groups immediately responded to emails seeking comment on the report.
FCC Acting Chairwoman Jessica Rosenworcel, a Democrat appointed by President Joe Biden who supports net neutrality rules, said the report shows the agency acted on a record that “was flooded with fraud.”
“This was troubling at the time because even then the widespread problems with the record were apparent,” Rosenworcel said in a statement. “We have to learn from these lessons and improve because the public deserves an open and fair opportunity to tell Washington what they think about the policies that affect their lives.”







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Influencers jailed in Bali for fake mask video prank, to be deported as ‘soon as possible’ : worldnews From “World News”



Influencers jailed in Bali for fake mask video prank, to be deported as ‘soon as possible’Two influencers have been detained in an Indonesian immigration centre after filming themselves wearing painted-on face masks, in deliberate defiance of local mandatory mask laws.US-based YouTuber Josh Paler Lin and Russian influencer Leia Se had their passports seized and are awaiting deportation from Bali.The pair filmed themselves painting a blue surgical mask on Se and entering a supermarket after she was initially turned away from the store for not complying with mandatory mask wearing.In the clip, the influencers are seen strolling through a store with Leia wearing some blue paint as a fake mask.”I can’t believe it worked!” Lin can be heard exclaiming.Police say it was “only proper” to deport the pair for breaking Indonesia’s COVID-19 laws.Jamaruli Manihuruk, who heads the Bali regional office for the Justice and Human Rights Ministry, said foreigners who don’t respect the laws and regulations in Indonesia would face deportation sanctions.Bali’s civil service police unit head Dewa Nyoman Rai Dharmadi said: “It’s only proper to sanction them more severely, not just with a fine but also deportation. They are not only violating, but deliberately provoking in public to defy health guidelines.”He said Lin and Se are being held in a detention cell at the immigration office while waiting for their flight.The stunt sparked outrage and was condemned by many Indonesians as virus cases and deaths continue to climb in Bali. Since the video went viral, the influencers have both issued an apology.Lin, who is best-known for his prank videos, said he made the video to entertain people.”I’m a content creator and it’s my job to entertain people. However, I did not realize that what I did could actually bring a lot of negative comments.”The social media influencers later posted a video to instagram, appearing alongside their legal team.







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Yuki Kitazumi: Myanmar charges Japanese journalist over ‘fake news’ | World News From “World News Headlines, Latest International News, World Breaking News – Times of India”



Anti-coup protesters flash the three-finger salute during a rally in Yangon on Tuesday YANGON: The Myanmar junta has charged a Japanese journalist under a “fake news” law, a report said Tuesday, in the latest blow to press freedom since the military seized power. Freelance reporter Yuki Kitazumi was arrested last month and charged on Monday — World Press Freedom Day — with spreading fake news, according to a report by Kyodo news agency. He is one of 50 journalists currently held in Myanmar as part of the junta’s crackdown on widespread protests against its February 1 coup. The country has been in turmoil since civilian leader Aung San Suu Kyi’s government was ousted, with more than 750 people killed as security forces struggle to quash near-daily demonstrations against their rule. Kyodo cited an unnamed Japanese embassy official saying Kitazumi had no health problems, despite spending several weeks in Yangon’s Insein prison, which has a long and unsavoury reputation for holding political prisoners. Kitazumi has been in custody since April 18 — the second time he had been arrested since the coup. In February, he was beaten up and briefly held during a crackdown on protesters but was later released. Japan, for years a top aid donor to Myanmar, has been pressing for his release. “Naturally, we will continue to do our utmost for the early release of the Japanese national being held,” Foreign Minister Toshimitsu Motegi told Japanese journalists during a trip to Britain, according to national broadcaster NHK. A total of 766 civilians have been killed in the military crackdown on protests, according to the Assistance Association for Political Prisoners (AAPP), a local monitoring group. Kitazumi is the first foreign journalist to be charged since the coup. A Polish photographer arrested while covering a protest in March was freed and deported after nearly two weeks in custody. As well as arresting journalists, the generals have sought to clamp down on news of the crisis by shuttering independent media outlets and throttling internet speeds. The AAPP says there are 50 journalists in custody at the moment, 25 of whom have been prosecuted, while arrest warrants are out for another 29. Despite the dangers, protesters continue to take to the streets, with early-morning demonstrations on Tuesday in the second-biggest city Mandalay, as well as northern Kachin state. The military has defended its seizure of power, pointing to fraud allegations in the November election, and condemned protesters as rioters and terrorists. FacebookTwitterLinkedinEMail







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Myanmar charges Japanese journalist over alleged fake news From “BBC News – World”



Yuki Kitazumi is thought to be the first foreign journalist charged for his coverage since the coup.







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Spanish police bust pharmacy worker accused of selling fake Covid-19 test results — RT World News From “RT World News”



A pharmacy employee suspected of providing fake negative Covid-19 test certificates to travelers has been detained by Spanish police. The suspect is said to have operated his own travel agency to help market the phony documents.

The 24-year-old man, who was arrested in El Ejido, in southern Spain, allegedly asked for €130 ($156) for each fake certificate. He provided the illicit service to Morroccan citizens who needed proof that they had tested negative for the virus before traveling home. According to local media, the suspect was able to access the computer of a laboratory that issued Covid-19 certificates, and falsified the documents by changing the name of the patient who had been tested. 

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The pharmacy worker reportedly used his knowledge of Arabic to help attract clients. To further capitalize on the illegal trade, he had a second job operating his own travel business and selling plane tickets. Customers in need of Covid-19 certificates were referred to the pharmacy so he could provide them with fake test results. It’s believed that he acted alone. The arrest was made after the police began to suspect there was a black market in the area that was providing travelers with false documents. At the end of April, law enforcement officials launched Operation Pharmacy in the hope of catching who was behind the illicit operation.So far, police have identified seven cases in which fraudulent test results were used to facilitate travel to Morocco, but the authorities are continuing to investigate because they believe more counterfeits could be found. Spain isn’t the only country dealing with fake Covid-19 certificates. Last month, a representative of the UK’s immigration service told MPs that, each day, around 100 fake documents are used in an attempt to show a negative Covid-19 status and gain entry to the country.READ MORE: Thousands of Israelis return to normal life with forged ‘Green Pass’ as vaccine refuseniks otherwise barred from venuesIn Israel, thousands of Israelis have reportedly turned to the black market to obtain a fake Green Pass showing proof of vaccination against Covid-19. The document is needed for travel as well as to enter certain venues or carry out other day-to-day activities. Think your friends would be interested? Share this story!







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58 people were caught with fake coronavirus test result certificates at Brussels Airport in one week : worldnews From “World News”



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