A Fake Statement Published

Tibi published a fake about the murdered child, the bereaved mother criticized

The Arab incitement: Ahmad Tibi published a photo of Arab children who were apparently killed by IDF fire, but within the photo, there was also a picture of the late Ido Avigal, who was killed in a Hamas rocket attack on Sderot. In response, the bereaved mother criticized him

Ahmad Tibi (Photo: Olivier Fitoussi/Flash90)

Member of Knesset Ahmad Tibi continues to incite against Israel and has posted a photo on social media in which Palestinian children who were allegedly killed by IDF fire appear, but within the provocative image, there is also a photo of the late Ido Avigal, a 5-year-old child who was killed in 2021 when a Hamas rocket struck his home in Sderot.

Ido's grieving mother responded on her personal Twitter account and criticized Ahmad, saying, "Ahmad, what's up, do you hear me? It's totally fine to take all sorts of children, put them in one picture, and tell the world that the IDF killed them. But could you please remove my child's picture from there?"

The late Ido Avigal in the photo published by Tibi (screenshot from MK Tibi's Twitter)

"I'm pretty sure that Hamas killed him, injured my daughter, my nephews, and me, but I'm not a child anymore, so be it. Oh yes, they fired at the house!"

It should be noted that as of now, Tibi has not yet removed the misleading image he posted and has not apologized for the harm caused to the grieving family.

Shani Avigal's response (screenshot from Twitter)

Achim LaNeshek ("Brothers in Arms") representative: "Pilots who will be able to bomb houses and kill children"

This misleading post by Ahmad Tibi comes after the leaders of the left-wing organization "Achim LaNeshek" were interviewed for the American program "60 Minutes." During the interview, Shira Ettinger (from Achim LaNeshek) said, "If you want pilots who are capable of flying and bombing houses knowing that they can kill children, you need to have the utmost security in the people making these decisions."

As a result of these statements, made by the former pilot, a significant wave of incitement against the State of Israel has emerged, and in the Arab world, they have reiterated their false claims as if Israel is killing children. Now, as mentioned, Member of Knesset Tibi has echoed the fake and inciteful narrative among Arabs.

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