Another Day in Gaza, Another Lie Told

I’m sorry to show this picture. I hope you can shield your children and even yourselves, but you have to know and so I’ll put this horrible, sad picture well below the frame.

So first, a story – the Palestinian propaganda machine is at it again.@ManaraRam (a.k.a. Diane Alzeer) calls herself a journalist and perhaps that is the greatest testimony to how deep the propaganda and the lies run in this society that will use children to fight rather than make peace. They will send a 14-year-old to kill a soldier and oh yes, they’ll parade around the body of a little girl, without shame, to push their agenda.

And so, this fine journalist, promoter of truth…yeah, right…posted this to Twitter:

The link goes to here:

The problem for this journalist is that she by mistake…or perhaps on purpose – is reusing a picture several years old and from another conflict. Search the Internet (as one real journalist in Israel did) and you’ll find the truth. As you can easily see – the picture appears under “anotherdayiniraq” – hinting the greater likelihood that it was taken in Iraq and not Gaza. The second picture has the automatic WordPress dating – showing it goes back to January, 2009 and not, as this absurd “journalist” claims – to yesterday in Gaza.

Bottom line – another day in Gaza, another lie told.

2 Comments on Another Day in Gaza, Another Lie Told

  1. Typical propaganda from the Palestinians. I’m sure the American press will eat it up and the Left will decry the “violence used by Israel to oppress the poor, humble Palestinian peace activists”…

  2. The photo is older then ’09. Its actually from Reuters News. And it was first published Aug. 9th 2006.

    When it was first published, the claim was the Gaza girl was killed by an Israel airstrike. Link to article.

    But the next day they retracted it stating.

    A Palestinian man carries the body of three year-old Raja Abu Shaban, in Gaza August 9, 2006. The three-year-old girl who had been reported killed by an Israeli air strike in Gaza on Wednesday actually died of an accident, Palestinian medical workers said on Thursday. Workers at Gaza’s Shifa hospital said on August 10, 2006 that the initial mistake over the cause of death appeared to have arisen because the girl’s corpse was brought in at the same time as the bodies of the gunmen. REUTERS/Mohammed Salem (PALESTINIAN TERRITORIES)

    The girl was in fact killed after she fell off a swing-set.

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