Palestinian Muslims are applying makeup to feign injuries at the hands of Israel

Tensions escalated between Palestine and Israel after a Jerusalem district court ruling the expulsion of several Palestinian families in the neighborhood of Sheikh Jarrah, East Jerusalem. “At least 192 people, including 58 children and 34 women, have been killed in the Gaza Strip since the latest violence began a week ago,” according to Aljazeera.

The one-minute-long video shows makeup artists donning bloody makeup for children and men, as claimed by Gaza residents using makeup for fake injuries. The text in the video reads:” Palestinians in Gaza daub fake blood and paint fake wounds on children to gain global sympathy and make Israel look evil. US-backed terrorist groups, including ISIS, did the exact same thing in Syria to make the Assad Govt look bad. This will be seen in Kashmir too one day.

Maya yadav, who is identified as BJP state vice president of Haryana OBC Morcha, also shared the video.


TRT World aired a video report on Maryam Salah in the Palestinian film industry traditionally run by men. The same clip can be seen in this report. “On the set of a film in the Gaza Strip, makeup artist Maryam Salah is causing horrific looking injuries on actors participating in a project by the French charity Doctors of the World. They hope to raise awareness about the dangers facing the residents of Gaza, ”says the TRT World presenter.

On reverse search of a keyframe on Yandex we found this 2018 tweet from France 24- The Observer.

The same video was rejected by French fact-investigators in 2018, when it was being shared as anti-Bashar Assad activists accused of torturing the Syrian government. The report also shows the original video made by the Gaza Post in 2017.

A 3 year-old video of a Palestinian makeup artist hurting actors for a film project has been revived with the false claim that residents of Gaza are “fake wounds to make the world feel sorry for them and make Israel look bad.”


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