A Facebook post shares an image it claims is a scene from a flooded street in the Indonesian capital, Jakarta, that was taken during the time of the current governor. The photo actually shows flooding on Indonesia’s section of Borneo Island in 2015.
A widely shared Facebook post contains a photograph it claims shows boxes of rendang, a slow-cooked beef curry, given to demonstrators at a huge December 2 rally held by conservative Islamic groups in Jakarta. The image is a stock photo that has been used by Indonesian food catering firms to showcase their services. The image has no links to the rally.
A Facebook post claims that Indonesia's TV One was the sole broadcaster to air footage of a massive rally by conservative Muslims in Jakarta on December 2. But the event was broadcast by at least two other television channels, including CNN Indonesia.
A Facebook post shares a video it claims shows a crowd at a football match chanting the name of Indonesian President Joko Widodo, who will run for re-election in 2019. The people in the crowd are actually calling out the name of his sole challenger in the presidential race, Prabowo Subianto.
Multiple Facebook posts have shared an image that purportedly shows Indonesian presidential candidate Prabowo Subianto accepting an award for making the “most apologies in 2018”. The claim is false and the image is doctored.
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