The Ghost of Snapped Shot

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Hands up, Eyes skyward!

Today's photos are, as usual, straight from the Hezbullah playbook.

A Lebanese civilian walks past a building wrecked by an overnight Israeli air raid on Beirut's southern suburbs, August 9, 2006. (Sharif Karim/Reuters)


And, lest we forget who our enemies are:

Relatives of victims,killed when their building was hit by an Israeli raid on Monday, chant slogan against Israel and United States during their funeral held in Beirut August 9, 2006. REUTERS/Eric Gaillard


In case there was any doubt of how widespread the threat of Islamofascism is, check out this next picture. Raising our children to want to kill other people is perfectly normal in our "diverse, multi-cultural" world, isn't it?

A Pakistani baby girl wears headbands with quote from Muslims holy book Quran reading 'There is the only one God and Mohammad is his prophet', as she holds toy gun during a rally to show support with Hezbollah and condemn the ongoing Israeli air strikes against Lebanon and Palestinian territories, Wednesday, Aug. 9, 2006 in Karachi, Pakistan. (AP Photo/Shakil Adil)


And, in the following shot, notice how the signs are (a) written up for our idiotic left-wing media, (b) suggest that somehow, Hamas is involved in the current Israeli war. Of course, if you've been following the war, you'd probably already be aware that it involves Hezbullah, but I figure this is another good illustration of how interchangable these radical islamic groups are. Alternately, these pictures could be leftovers from another demonstration unrelated to what's going on now. Either theory works for me, at this point. It's clear that there's NO trusting the press to give us an unbiased look at it.

Pakistani children hold placards during a rally to show their support for Hezbollah and condemn the ongoing Israeli air strikes against Lebanon and Palestinian territories, Wednesday, Aug. 9, 2006 in Karachi, Pakistan. (AP Photo/Shakil Adil)


The fist in the air: The universal symbol of radicalism, everywhere! Judging by the sign, it would seem that this crowd supports ALL terrorists, after all.

Pakistani baby girls wear headbands with quote from Muslims holy book Quran reading 'There is the only one God and Mohammad is his prophet', as they shout slogans during a rally to show their support with Hezbollah and condemn the ongoing Israeli air strikes against Lebanon and Palestinian territories, Wednesday, Aug. 9, 2006 in Karachi, Pakistan. (AP Photo/Shakil Adil)


This next picture is a good illustration of Zombie's Type 4 fraud:

AK-47 assault rifles, said by the Israeli army to have been captured from Hezbollah guerrillas in recent days, are displayed at an Israeli military base near the central city Ramle, Israel, Wednesday, Aug. 9, 2006. (AP Photo/Ariel Schalit)


Notice the subtle bias there? "We take Hezbullah at their word, unquestionably, but if IDF says something, we'd best be sure people know it COULD BE FALSE."

Gimme a break!

 Tags: ariel schalit eric gaillard fauxtography pakistan shakil adil sharif karim staged scene REUTERS Israel/Lebanon War 2006

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