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Family of key case in New York Times October 7 sexual violence report renounces story, says reporters manipulated them | Mondoweiss |

A New York Times story claiming a pattern of gender-based violence on October 7 hinged on the story of Gal Abdush. But the Abdush family says there is no proof she was raped, and that Times reporters interviewed them under false pretenses.

The story itself repeats October 7 testimonies that have been previously published and already debunked and discredited, but The Times investigation hinges predominantly on one central story, the story of the rape of "Gal Abdush," who is described by the Times as "The Woman in the Black Dress."

Although claiming its story proves that "the attacks against women were not isolated events but part of a broader pattern of gender-based violence on Oct. 7" the veracity of The New York Times story was undermined almost as soon as it was published, including from the Abdush family itself who says there is no proof Gal Abdush was raped and that the New York Times interviewed them under false pretenses.



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by Oui (Oui) on Fri Jan 5th, 2024 at 10:03:25 PM EST
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