The hospital that was the focus of a campaign, which included the participation of Greece’s president and foreign minister, never actually existed.
For nearly a week in February, Greece’s official state television network inundated viewers with news about a telethon that would take place Feb. 9 to raise money to “rebuild the Christian hospital in Gaza that Israelis destroyed with their bombs” during the Israeli army's operation there in January.
...A JTA investigation revealed, however, that no Christian hospital was on the list assembled by the United Nations and the Red Crescent Society of structures in Gaza damaged and destroyed as a consequence of the Israel-Hamas war in January."
Finally, I read about news sites changing the name of the hospital where President Obama was born.
"If you happened to read online news sites such as United Press International or the popular hoax-busting Snopes.com anytime up until Tuesday night, you would have seen definitive statements that President Obama was born at the Queen's Medical Center in Honolulu, Hawaii.But checking back now, both sites are suddenly providing an entirely different location, the Kapi'omani Medical Center for Women and Children, also in the capital of the Aloha State."
In conclusion, I would like to end with these words. "Moshe emet vetorato emet. Moses is truth and his Torah is truth."