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Reuters Mistakenly Reports Hamas Released Israeli Soldiers, When They Were Actually Women and Children

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An Outrageous Error

Reuters, a well-known news outlet, made a major mistake in their reporting on Sunday. They claimed that the Hamas terror group had released 13 Israeli soldiers in a recent release. However, it has now been revealed that the 13 individuals released were actually all women and children who had been captured by Hamas.

The Truth Behind the Release

The women and children were taken captive when Hamas stormed the border into Israel and carried out a brutal attack. Tragically, 1,400 Jews were killed during the incident and another 240 Israelis and foreign nationals were taken hostage. The release of these 13 individuals, who were all women and children, is a small glimmer of hope amidst this horrific situation.

Reuters' Correction

After facing backlash for their error, Reuters later issued a correction to their report. Prior to the correction, the news outlet had falsely claimed that the women and children hostages, who ranged in age from 3 to 67, were actually "soldiers". This mistake is not only inaccurate, but also offensive, as it downplays the severity of the situation and misrepresents the victims.

Mainstream Media's Trust Deficiency

This incident is just another example of the mainstream media's repeated failures in accurate reporting, which has ultimately led to a loss of public trust. In contrast, outlets like TGP have been providing accurate and timely reporting for nearly two decades. If you want to see how the legacy media can get it terribly wrong, check out TGP FactCheck.

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