Since I wrote part one of this series, the Google News items for the alleged 40 decapitated babies have taken on a completely new tone. News outlets are no longer making repeating the claim, instead they are trying to do damage control.
However, the damage has already been done. The idea has been planted into the minds that still take the Jewish press seriously. The lies that Western media and governments are spreading has real life consequences. Over the weekend 71, year old Joseph Czuba, murdered an innocent Muslim boy in a targeted attack.
What do you expect to happen when you paint a group of people to be baby-beheading savages? What do you expect to happen when US senator Lindsey Graham goes on the news and says, “We are in a religious war. I am with Israel. Do whatever you have to do to defend yourself. Level the place [Gaza]!”? Everyone that has been running atrocity propaganda to dehumanize Palestinians has the blood of this 6-year-old Muslim boy on their hands.
If you would like to see more examples of genocidal statements and actions from Jews, I suggest checking out this article from the Daily Rake.
Just like with the top news items, Wikipedia’s entry on the alleged Kfar Aza massacre has also engaged in backpedaling. In the first archived version of the Wikipedia article this is said about the beheaded babies:
The total number of civilians killed is not yet publicly known, but the dead are said to include at least 40 children; members of the Israel Defense Forces who had responded to the site said in an interview with I24NEWS that the corpses of 40 children had been discovered beheaded.
Nowhere in the early version is there anything about this claim being dubious.
The current Wikipedia page has several paragraphs dedicated to the beheading allegations as shown below, although it could change at any time. What I see going on here is the equivalent of shoot first, ask questions later. In this case it’s report first, worry about actual facts later. It’s clear that Wikipedia wanted to get an entry out as fast as possible in order to lend credibility to the beheaded babies claim, and to the claim that a massacre in Kfar Aza occurred.
There is a logistical issue with the decapitated infants claim that an “X” user has brought up. One thing Wikipedia has been consistent on is that the kibbutz (communal settlement in Israel) of Kfar Aza had 400 residents prior to the attack. Meaning that for there to be 40 babies in this village would mean that the fertility rate would be very high. “Mawjad Surfer” did not specify what national average he was using in his calculations so I did some of my own. I found that the current birth rate for Israel in 2023 is 18.957 births per 1000 people. Using math that makes 7.438 births per 400 people. In Kfar Aza 40 babies would mean 40 births per 400 people. That is many times higher than the Israeli national average. Note that this figure is based on the criteria that every single baby in the village was murdered.
It just doesn’t make sense that 40 babies would be in a village the size of Kfar Aza. Considering this fact and the lack of evidence, the claim of 40 beheaded babies proves to be nothing more than atrocity propaganda—atrocity propaganda that is used to vilify Palestinians and justify genocide.
As I am writing this, Wikipedia still says the amount of Israelis in Kfar Aza is not verified and all they have are estimates. Despite this, they are still calling what happened a massacre despite confirmation that a large number of people were killed. This image below of 5 adults in body bags is the only photographic evidence of deaths in Kfar Aza that I have been able to find. Therefore, I do not accept that a massacre of women and children by Hamas happened in Kfar Aza.