Daily Mail agrees to pay £120k to aid charity for false terrorism allegations

Daily Mail agrees to pay £120k to aid charity for false terrorism allegations

The newspaper falsely claimed that Interpal, which provides relief to Palestinians in need, had supported a 'hate festival' in Gaza in which children acted out the murder of Jews

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