FACT CHECK: Viral X Image Purporting To Show Greta Thunberg Holding Anti-Semitic Book Is Digitally Altered

virus image Shared by Xpreviously claimed on Twitter that 20-year-old Swedish climate change activist Greta Thunberg has an anti-Semitic book.

Verdict: False

The image has been digitally processed. In the original image shared via Ms Thunberg’s verified girlfriend X account, she is seen holding a copy of ‘The Climate Book’.

Fact check:

According to reports, Thunberg has been criticized for chanting “destroy Zionism” at a recent pro-Palestinian rally in Sweden. era of israel. Nigel Savage, founder of the Jewish nonprofit Hazon, said Thunberg and other members of the political left were “intellectually trapped in a naive, distorted and frankly bigoted anti-Zionism”. Reported.

The X image, which has been viewed more than 800,000 times, claims to show Ms Thunberg holding an anti-Semitic book. The title of this book appears to be “About Jews and Their Lies.” This book is said to have been written by German priest and theologian Martin Luther.

However, the image has been digitally manipulated.inside original imageshared via Thunberg’s verified X account, she can be seen holding a copy of “The Climate Book.”

“We are excited to share that The Climate Book is now available in the United States and Canada. It highlights the various crises we face and provides the knowledge needed to avoid climate change. “We’ve collected the wisdom of over 100 contributors to help you learn,” Thunberg wrote in the first of two posts promoting the book.

“This is the world’s biggest story, and it must be told as far as our voices can be heard and beyond. Thank you for your help!
I do not receive any income from this book as my copyright belongs to the Greta Thunberg Foundation. Therefore, all royalties will be donated to charity,” she added in a second post.

Similarly, “Check the Facts” found no digitally altered X images. Recent reliable news About Thunberg.Additionally, a keyword search reveals that “About Jews and Their Lies” is actually an anti-Semitic work written by Luther. (Related: Did Greta Thunberg say we need to switch to “sustainable tanks and weapons”?)

Check Your Fact has reached out to Thunberg for comment and will update this article accordingly.



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