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Research has concluded that in general, people want journalism to be fair, balanced, accurate, and complete.

This is even more so in time of war.

Citing these factors, Lakewood residents on the War in Israel Whatsapp group were quick to point out some seriously fake news posted on LNN on Tuesday afternoon.

As seen in the screenshot below, LNN posted: "Putin says he will assist Hamas if US sends munitions."

Russian President Vladimir Putin never made any such statement.

After remaining stone silent for three days, on Tuesday, Putin finally issued his first public statement about Hamas's war against Israel.

Putin voiced concern at the “catastrophic increase” in the number of civilian victims in both Israel and Gaza.

The Russian leader called the creation of a Palestinian state “necessary” and suggested that the new war between Israel and Hamas demonstrated the “failure” of US policy in the Middle East.

Putin spoke Tuesday with his Turkish counterpart Recep Tayyip Erdogan, and “emphasis was placed on the sharply worsening situation in the Israeli-Palestinian conflict zone,” the Kremlin said in a statement.

“Deep concern was expressed about the continuing escalation of violence and the catastrophic increase in the number of civilian casualties,” it added. Putin and Erdogan had reiterated the need for “an immediate ceasefire” and for “the resumption of the negotiation process,” according to the Kremlin.

What Putin did NOT say is that he will assist Hamas if US sends munitions.

LNN eventually removed their fake news.

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1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Stop being a hater. Do your job reporting news!