Arms companies supplying Israel have been invited to the Scottish Parliament despite the death toll in Gaza and allegations Britain could be complicit in war crimes.
Social media posts claimed Scotland had paid Hamas £750m to help Humza Yousaf's family escape from Gaza.
The episode of For Fact's Sake podcast focuses on the conflict in Gaza, where scores of journalists are among the staggering death toll.
Dozens of academics at Glasgow University have signed an open letter calling for an immediate ceasefire to the “relentless bombardment” of Gaza.
No firm has failed human rights checks by Scottish Enterprise since 2019, despite some companies having links to states accused of war crimes.
On this week's podcast we look at the way openly available information is being used and misused in the Israel-Gaza conflict.
The UK Government and arms firms based in Scotland have been condemned for arms sales to Israel after 16 children were killed in air strikes on Gaza over the last week.
Arms firms in Scotland who sell weapons to Israel received nearly £10m in grants from Scottish Enterprise, it has been revealed.
Campaigners in Scotland have welcomed a UK Supreme Court ruling which means council pension funds can divest from firms operating in Palestinian territories occupied by Israel.