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Israeli Entity Passes Bill that Punishes People who Deny Israeli Version of Events on Oct. 7

Israel’s Knesset has approved a bill which seeks to punish the denial of the Israeli narrative of Oct. 7 by up to 5 years in prison.

The approved bill is one out of three bills that include approval of the expulsion of families of Palestinians who resist, imprisonment for people who deny the occupation entity’s version of what happened on Oct.7, and compensation from the ZAKA organization.

ZAKA, which self-identifies asa civilian volunteer organization with sole responsibility in Israel for dealing with incidents of unnatural death” has been accused by Israeli Media for exploiting the Oct. 7 Al -Aqsa Flood retaliatory attacks for donations.

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