Hospital-Bombing Jews Posting Fake Missile Footage, Goofy Fake Audio, Talking About “No Crater”

More Jew lies.



A day after a deadly blast tore through Al-Ahli Baptist Hospital in Gaza, sparking protests across the region, the United States has released its own assessment of what caused the devastation.

Israel has laid out evidence that it said shows a misfire by militant group Islamic Jihad caused the blast, and US President Joe Biden on Wednesday backed that explanation, citing US intelligence. A spokesperson for the National Security Council later said that analysis of overhead imagery, intercepts and open-source information suggested that Israel is “not responsible.”

US intelligence is really serious. I remember when they proved Saddam Hussein was planning to nuke America and that Donald Trump was a Russian agent.

These are very serious and really honest people.

Palestinian officials and several Arab leaders nevertheless accuse Israel of hitting the hospital amid its ongoing airstrikes in Gaza. Islamic Jihad – a rival group to Hamas – has denied responsibility.

Hundreds are believed to have died in the attack, according to the Hamas-controlled Health Ministry in Gaza, and images of the bloody aftermath have spurred protests across the region.

Palestinian officials blamed Israel for the attack on Tuesday evening.

Israel Defense Forces (IDF) spokesperson Jonathan Conricus told CNN on Wednesday that the “first packet of information” was “evidence that clearly supports the fact that it could not have been an Israeli bomb.”

It was a bomb.

There is no evidence of missiles.

Israel says that its intelligence shows a “failed rocket launch” by the Islamist militant group Islamic Jihad group was responsible. The Islamic Jihad movement denied those assertions as “false and baseless.”

The IDF also released audio that it claimed captured a conversation between two Hamas operatives in which they spoke of a rocket launch from a cemetery near the hospital. According to an IDF translation of the conversation, one of the alleged operatives says: “They are saying that the shrapnel of the missile is local shrapnel and not like the Israeli shrapnel.”

CNN cannot verify the authenticity of the recordings.

Yeah, it’s a joke.

Audio recordings? In the current year, of all years?

Why not show the satellite footage of the rocket, if there’s a rocket? Is it because there’s no rocket?

On Tuesday, the IDF presented imagery that it says proves the destruction at the hospital could not have been the result of an airstrike, saying there were no visible signs of craters or significant damage to buildings that would result from such a strike.

A video posted by the official State of Israel’s account on social media platform X on Tuesday night was also presented as evidence that the hospital was struck in outgoing rocket fire from militants. But the timestamp on the video appeared not to match up with the time that the explosion took place, and the tweet was later edited to remove the video.

Israel Foreign Ministry spokesperson Lior Haiat told CNN: “We received the video, we thought it was from an official source but when we contacted him he said he got it from somewhere else, so we took it off.”

Here’s the thing about all of this: it wasn’t a missile. There is no footage of a missile, which is why the Jews are posting fake footage of a missile. If it was a missile, there would be satellite footage they could just post immediately.

The damage was caused by a bomb dropped from high altitude. A “JDAM.”

This type of Jewish bomb – from America – can be triggered to go off before it hits the ground, resulting in no crater.

The fact that there is no crater, if anything, proves the Jews did it.

The fact that the Jews are posting fake video and also posting goofy-ass “intercepted audio” is further proof that the Jews did it.

We shouldn’t even be having this conversation. Everyone knows the Jews did it.