Nasser Shiyoukhi, of the wire-service-that-shall-remain-nameless, has taken yet another picture of Israeli soldiers, ruthlessly pointing their guns at some poooooor, innocent Palestinian children.
I'd love to show you the picture, but as you know, I can't. So I'll just have to send you over to Honest Reporting, who has it directly from a glorious half-page spread on the front page of the Globe and Mail.
For the record, Shiyoukhi has previously managed to align an Israeli soldier's gun with a Palestinian child's head here. 'Course, Nasser's not the first to do this—our own buddy Muhammed Muheissen did it too, though I don't think he appreciated my commentary on the matter at the time. (Not that I had put things in the most diplomatic of terms, of course... ;) )
Update: Here's another tiresome alignment I'd love to show you, courtesy AP photographer Tara Todras-Whitehill. Of course, since it's an AP asset, I won't touch it with a 10-foot pole. (Yet.)
I covered a photo almost identical to this one way back during this protest, from Reuters photographer Ammar Awad. I think my commentary on the obviously propagandistic composure of this type of photograph is as accurate today as it was then, so forgive me for letting my previous quote stand:
Yeah, we get it, the EVIL ZIONIST ENTITY is a HORRIFIC ZIONIST POLICE STATE. Blah blah blah. But seriously, are obviously framed photographs like [this] really necessary?