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FACT CHECK: Video Shows Child Shivering In Syria, Not Gaza

video Shared by X It is said to depict a child trembling in Gaza during the current Israeli-Hamas war.

Verdict: False

That claim is false. This video was originally shared on X in January 2024 by a social media user with relief efforts in Syria.

Fact check:

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The X-video, which has been viewed more than 1,000 times, claims to show a shivering child in Gaza amid the current Israeli-Hamas war. In the video, the child appears to say he was standing outside because it was “cold inside.” On-screen English captions provide an overview of the conversation between the child and the off-camera adult.

However, this claim is Originally shared on January 2024 by X By social media users providing relief supplies to Syria.

“Everything is beautiful in winter, except for the refugees.” #SyriaChildren “Shivering in the bitter cold of the refugee camp,” the video's caption reads.

Another post Shared by X A photo posted by the same user in February 2024 shows children receiving relief items such as blankets, toys and food. Posts include photos and videos of children. (Related: Lloyd Austin claims 25,000 Palestinian women and children have been murdered as of February 29)

The post's caption reads: “We visited Amal a second time and provided her with a warm bed, blankets, food, toys, chocolate, milk and a heater.”

Similarly, “Check Your Fact” did not find the referenced video. Recent reliable news Regarding the current Israel-Hamas war. In fact, the opposite is true.UK based outlet complete facts The March 1 article also pointed out that the video showed children from Syria, not Gaza.

In addition, the Palestinian Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Foreigners I haven't done it publicly commented on In video.

Check Your Fact has reached out to the Palestinian Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Foreigners for comment and will update this article accordingly.

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