As Iran attacked Israel, old and faked videos and images got millions of views on X

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A billboard in central Tehran, Iran, depicts named Iranian ballistic missiles in service, with text in Arabic reading “the honest [person’s] promise” and text in Persian reading “Israel is weaker than a spider’s web,” on April 15. Iran attacked Israel over the weekend with missiles, which it said was a response to a deadly strike on its consulate building in Damascus, Syria. Atta Kenare/AFP via Getty Images

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After Iran sent more than 300 drones and ballistic missiles toward Israel on Saturday, Iranian state television showed purported

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