Ok, for starters, I thought that those dastardly Zionists were the evil moneychangers of this world, but maybe I've missed a memo or two.
The IDF has apparently raided what's alternately referred to as "a money changing shop" or "a money-changing agency," in what it says is an attempt to raid, "the financial infrastructure of terror organizations."
No complaints from where I'm sitting, though I'm sure the benficiaries of said "financial infrastructure" will be upset at this disruption.
Of course, the accounts provided to the various media are a bit muddied. Take this photograph for instance:
Mohamad Torokman of REUTERS identifies this as "a Palestinian man," who is "reacting" as he "looks at a money-changing agency.
Ok, for starters, it looks like this "Palestinian man" is inside of the money-changing agency, as the bills on this currency are expected to be facing out of the building for the clientele to see. (You can confirm that we are standing on the outside of the shop by noticing that there are reflections in front of the bill on the bottom.)
The Associated Press, the
dastardly scoundrels earnest professionals that they are, went through the effort of identifying this man, thus shining a glaring light on REUTERS' attempt at manipulating the scenario. From the terrorist-supporting Mohommad Ballas,
We learn that this man is money-changer Younis Bogermi. Money-changer? Inside of a "money-changing shop?"
Any chance that Mr. Bogermi is the proprietor of this exchange?
Not that REUTERS is interested in learning this.