Al Jazeera anchor Mohammed Krishan has been forced to fire an Israeli journalist on live television for persisting in telling proven false lies about Israel's current war on the Gaza Strip.

Israeli journalist Idan Ronen began his speech on the program "Gaza... What's next?" broadcast by Al Jazeera on 2023/10/22 – echoing allegations that the Qassam Brigades, the military wing of the Islamic Resistance Movement (Hamas), beheaded Israeli children during Operation "Al-Aqsa Flood" on October <>.

The Israeli guest, who was presented as a media analyst and Middle East analyst, not only stopped there, but raised a photo to try to convince viewers of his story, before Krishan firmly interrupted him: "We are not ready to hear lies. The whole world knew it was a lie. We've heard enough lies."

He continued: "Mr. Ronin. Thank you very much.. The interview is over."

It is noteworthy that the White House recently retracted statements by President Joe Biden in which he expressed its displeasure at what he described as violent images of scenes of an attack by Qassam Brigades fighters on settlements, bases and barracks around Gaza.

During a meeting with Jewish leaders at the White House, Biden said he did not think he would "see pictures of terrorists beheading children."

The Washington Post quoted a White House spokesman as saying that "neither President Biden nor any U.S. official has seen any photos or independently verified reports on this."

For its part, the Qassam Brigades broadcast videos proving its humanitarian treatment of Israeli children on the day of the storming of the settlements surrounding Gaza, and released a settler and her two children whom she had detained during the battle.