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    Pallywood now pallywooding alleged Israeli pallywooding

    Pallywood now pallywooding alleged Israeli pallywooding

    Pallywood never dies, and it never says it’s sorry.

    We reported the other day how Pallywood swings back into action for Gaza conflict with images of carnage from Syria, Iraq and elsewhere being passed off by anti-Israel propagandists on social media as reflecting the current Gaza conflict.

    It gets worse.

    Now there are accusations that Israel is faking injuries, in essence doing it’s own Pallywooding:

    There’s only one problem with that, as exposed at Twitchy.

    The photo in question is from a magazine shoot about women in the Israeli army.

    Here’s the source:

    Israeli female soldiers blood make up

    Now that the lie has been exposed, has the person who spread it taken it down?

    No. Because Pallywood never dies, and it never says it’s sorry.


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    Milhouse | July 15, 2014 at 3:30 am

    Wow, for a human that would be a very bad translation. For Google Translate it’s a reasonably good one. Let me fix it for you:

    Corporal Nufar Maoz (20), of Petah Tikva, is a Command and Training NCO at the Alon Educational and Academic Base. Nufar works with combat troops and combat support troops, who arrive shortly before their discharge to improve their graduation scores in maths, English, and civics. “I help them with the lessons and exercises”, she says. “Civilian teachers are responsible for the actual instruction; we guides, our job is to be the gang’s army.”

    Neta Elbaz, Trauma Instructor at the School for Medics: “There is a Family Atmosphere Here”


    Corporal Neta Elbaz (20), of Jerusalem, is a trauma instructor at Training Base 10 [the school for medical professions] at Camp Tzrifin. Neta trains medics, doctors, and soldiers from various units, in the treatment of trauma — any wound caused by shooting, assault, or falling. In addition she uses her previous skills in makeup to decorate simulation dolls, and even soldiers, with imitation wounds during drills and tests. “I love my department”, she says; “we have a family atmosphere”.

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