Pallywood and the “Dead Baby Strategy” Reports coming from Palestinian sources are about as reliable as the tripe we get daily from CNN back in the States.

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By Lynn Woolley

When the Palestinians tried to breach the fence at Gaza and pour into Israel, the Israeli Army was forced to get tough.

About 60 protesters ended up being killed – and headlines all over the world blamed the Israelis. It was widely reported that even some children were killed, and at least one infant. The world was taken in, again, by what is known as “Pallywood,” the staging of events to provide the media with photos and video of the Israelis shooting at or killing Palestinians.

Palestinians carry an injured man who was shot by Israeli troops during a deadly protest at the Gaza Strip’s border with Israel, east of Khan Younis, on May 14, 2018. But is it real? Or is it staged? (AP Photo/Khalil Hamra)

It works like a charm.

Think about it. If you were protesting some perceived injustice and you knew that it was going to get nasty, would you bring your baby? Your toddlers? This is what Professor Alan Dershowitz calls “the dead baby strategy.” It sounds harsh – but the people that bring their kids celebrate their deaths as part of the cause. The cause of defeating Israel.

Video: Guardian News: UN officials have condemned the killing of protesters as an ‘outrageous human rights violation.’ Perhaps this is what American college students are watching.

Why do virtually ALL college students side with the Palestinians?

This is a rhetorical question; it’s because that what they are taught by left-wing professors. I was this way – and I think today’s college kids are too: I spent more time with my professors than with my parents. I believed what my teachers were telling me. I remember arguing with a liberal sociology professor over abortion, but for the most part, teachers have credibility with their students. This is so sad.

Let’s be clear. There is no Palestine. The leadership in Gaza is a terrorist organization.

College kids don’t seem to get this. And major newspapers don’t print it that way. Oh, sure, they admit that Hamas runs Gaza. But even in acknowledging that a major terrorist organization is in charge, the world’s media always sides with the enemies of Israel.

This appears to be a form of self-loathing – the idea that Israel is part of the civilized world, and therefore must be condemned when it strikes back at brutal savages. If you understand this, please explain it to me.

The Mainstream media made it quite clear that the majority of those killed were members of Hamas, referred to by the Associated Press as a “militant group.” Not “brutal savages.” Not “bloodthirsty terrorists.” Just your friendly neighborhood militant group. Here’s how the AP put it:

“…but human rights groups say the identity of slain protesters, including a possible affiliation to a militant group is irrelevant if they were unarmed and did not pose an immediate threat to the lives of soldiers when they were shot.”

Which is the media’s way of saying the Israelis acted badly and killed the poor terrorists as they tried to breach the fence. They indeed tried to – and they tried to with their infants and children so they could become martyrs.

Video: May 16, 2018, Fox & Friends – Professor Alan Dershowitz explains the “Dead Baby Stategy.”

America has Hollywood to produce fictional stories. Gaza has Pallywood.

In his book, “Unsung Davids – Ten Men Who Battled Goliath Without Glory,” Ben Barrack exposes the Pallywood scheme. He tells the story of a “shot” that may have started the “Second Intifada” or “Palestinian Uprising” of the year 2000. The shot came not from a bullet, but from a camera.

The alleged death of 12-year-old Muhammad al-Dura on September 30th of that year was captured by Talal Abu Rahma – and it enflamed the Islamic world. Jews were blamed, as per usual, and the incident would later be used as an excuse to behead Wall Street Journal reporter Daniel Pearl.

Even America’s sworn enemy, Osama bin Laden cited the death as a reason for the September 11 attacks. But the European news entity that disseminated the footage was nowhere near when the boy’s death occurred. The boy’s death turned into a powerful propaganda tool – regardless of how he really died.

One of Barrack’s Unsung Davids was named Richard Landes. He documented how staged scenes were being used as news. Barrack actually uses “Fake News” as a descriptor before it became the oft-used term that it is today. He writes about Landes’ documentary entitled:

“Pallywood, According to Palestinian Sources…”

In other words, reports coming from Palestinian sources are about as reliable as the tripe we get daily from CNN back in the States. 12-year-old Muhammad was almost certainly not the first dead Palestinian child to lose his life for the cause of hating Israel.

Video: Must-See TV. Pallywood, “According to Palestinian Sources…” FULL UNEDITED VERSION Al Durah

As professor Dershowitz noted, we’ve just seen several more during the protests of the U.S. Embassy being moved to its rightful place in Jerusalem. As sad as those deaths are, it is perhaps sadder still that the world doesn’t understand – or chooses not to understand – the “dead baby strategy.”

Dershowitz has done yet again what Barrack’s Unsung David did years before. “He pulled back the curtain and revealed the lie that is Pallywood.”

lynn@BeLogical.com

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