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A video purporting to show a Syrian boy under gunfire pretending to be dead in order to rescue a young girl has been viewed over 5 million times.
Some may find the content of the video disturbing. While many have proclaimed the boy as an inspirational hero, its authenticity has been widely questioned.
#BBCtrending spoke to Amira Galal of BBC Monitoring's Middle East team about the difficulties of verifying the truth behind it.
Update: Since writing this blog, BBC Trending has confirmed that the video was faked, after speaking to a group of Norwegian filmmakers who said they shot the video in Malta earlier this year.
This event is a good wake-up call for all Muslims and Non-Muslims, It is obvious when false news spread; the hidden truth travels with it and once day it's bound to overtake the falsehood.
"And say: 'Truth has (now) arrived, and Falsehood perished: for Falsehood is (by its nature) bound to perish.' " [Quran 17:81]
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