Yossi Schwartz, ISL the section of the RCIT in Israel /Occupied Palestine, 17.08.2022
On August 6, during the last war of Israel on Gaza the Zionist army claimed that the Palestinian Islamic Jihad killed 4 Palestinian children in Jabaliya. The next day the office of PM Lapid said the same thing.
“On August 6, an Islamic Jihad rocket misfire claimed the lives of at least nine people in Jabaliya, including 4 children. The IDF published a video to support its claims.
“Tonight, Islamic Jihad terrorists fired a rocket towards Israel, which fell short inside Gaza, hitting a Jabaliya neighborhood and tragically killing at least four children,” said the Prime Minister’s Office International Spokeswoman Keren Hajioff, in a video published on August 7.“
On August 9, in an article on the Zionist lies I wrote:
“In the war on Gaza the Zionist government of Yair Lapid with the full support of three Zionist mass media spread many lies, some lies to be used by the Western imperialists that support the Zionist war crimes, some lies are an attempt to turn the people of Gaza against the Palestinian Islamic Jihad and some lies are meant to provide the Israeli Jews with the feeling that the war was necessary and that the Israeli war is for pure reasons and only against barbarian terrorists.”
Today the Jerusalem Post, a right-wing Zionist daily, wrote:
“The IDF initially said that five children were killed by an Islamic Jihad rocket, but a new report suggests the Israeli military is responsible.
Five Gazan minors in Jabaliya were killed by an Israel Defense Forces airstrike during Operation Breaking Dawn, not a misfired Islamic Jihad rocket as initially assessed by the military, Haaretz reported on Tuesday citing sources in the Israeli defense establishment.
Haaretz reported that military investigation showed that no Islamic Jihad rockets were fired at the time of the incident, but Israel Air Force data allegedly showed that the IDF struck targets in the area at the time of the incident.
“They were shot by an occupation missile while they were visiting the grave of their grandfather,” MK Ahmad Tibi commented on the report. “This is how “self-defense” looks sometimesTibi listed the dead children as Jamil Najam, 3; Ihab Najam, 13; Muhammad Najam, 16; Hamed Najam, 16; and Natami Karsh, 15.
on August 6, an Islamic Jihad rocket misfire claimed the lives of at least nine people in Jabaliya, including 4 children. The IDF published a video to support its claims.
“Tonight, Islamic Jihad terrorists fired a rocket towards Israel, which fell short inside Gaza, hitting a Palestinian home in the Jabaliya neighborhood and tragically killing at least four children,” said the Prime Minister’s Office International Spokeswoman Keren Hajioff, in a video published on August 7.” 
Some readers of my article probably thought to themselves that being an anti-Zionist I always accuse Israel of crimes regardless of the objective reality.
The truth is that I knew that Israel is lying because I watched the videos that the Zionist army released and they do not show any rocket falling on Jabaliya. Yet the Israeli Jews showed these videos as proof that the PIJ killed the 4 children.
The greater truth is that the revolutionary class and its vanguard understand objective reality better than the ruling class and its servants like the mass media. Revolutionary politics seek always to tell the masses the truth.
Here are a few examples in history:
In the seventeenth century, England women were a powerful presence in what was known as the Midland Revolt. The more than thousand-strong crowd that gathered at Newton in 1607 to protest against the land enclosures by the Tresham family, who were aggressively enclosing the lands of East Midlands, included women and children.
The Women’s March on the Palace of Versailles in October 1789 was a decisive moment in the struggles that brought down the power of the French Monarchy. Nearly 7,000 women, chanting “bread! bread!”, marched from Paris to the palace. The uprising contributed to the fall of Louis XVI and the much-hated Marie Antoinette.
In 1907 Trotsky wrote on Marie Antoinette and the bourgeois hypocrites:
“Those simpletons and liberal hypocrites who, during the past two years, have so often appealed to us to embrace legality are like Marie-Antoinette who recommended to the starving peasants that they should eat cake. Anyone might think that we suffer from some kind of organic revulsion from cake. Anyone might think that our lungs have been infected by some insatiable craving to breathe the air of the dungeons used for solitary confinement in the Peter and Paul Fortress! Anyone might think that we cannot or do not want to find a different employment for those endless hours which the jailer confiscates from our lives.
We are as little enamored of our underground as the drowned man is of the sea bottom. But—let us say it straight—we have no more choice in the matter than our enemy, absolutism. Our clear awareness of this fact allows us to remain optimistic even when the underground mercilessly tightens its ring around our throats. It will not strangle us; of that we are certain. We shall survive everyone. When the bones of the present princes of the earth, their servants and their servants’ servants, have turned to dust, when no one is able to find the graves in which many of today’s parties and their activities are buried, then the cause we serve will rule the world, then our party, today struggling for breath underground, will become absorbed without trace in a humanity which, for the first time in history, will be master of its own fate. The whole of history is an enormous machine in the service of our ideals. It works with barbarous slowness, with insensitive cruelty, but it works. We are sure of it. But when its omnivorous mechanism swallows up our life’s blood for fuel, we feel like calling out to it with all the strength we still possess:”Faster! Do it faster!” 
Leading Marxist historian Vijay Prashad recalls that in October 1917 women factory workers in St Petersburg marched to see Lenin in the Smolny, the compound in the city where he worked, and asked him to, “take power, Comrade Lenin, that is what we working women want.” Lenin famously replied:
“It is not I, but you – the workers – who must take power. Return to your factories and tell the workers that.” 
Down with the Zionist imperialist apartheid state!
For a Palestine red and free from the river to the sea!
 Leon Trotsky 1905 CHAPTER 28 Instead of a Preface to the Second Part