The British Daily Telegraph prominently featured a harrowing image of an Israeli baby, brutally murdered by Hamas, both on its front page and main online headline, distributing a photo provided by the Israeli Foreign Ministry. The publication of such a stark image, which was part of a series revealing the atrocities committed by Hamas, marked a significant shift in Israel’s public diplomacy strategy amid attempts to counteract conspiracy theories and obfuscations of Hamas’s actions on social media. The Israeli Foreign Ministry has intensified its efforts to inform global public opinion by sharing photos and personal testimonies of the massacre in the Gaza Strip across its official social network accounts, sparking widespread online engagement and seemingly influencing international public opinion, as evidenced by a notable increase in positive views toward Israel in recent U.S. surveys.


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