Pictures can Lie

What's in a picture is not always the truth.

For the last few days, the blogosphere has been burning up over pictures of dead children in Lebanon that apparently have been staged. I will not put them up here, but they're out there if you want to do your own homework. The same guy shows up in multiple pictures. Be warned that they are disturbing and graphic.

The attack on Qana is beginning to look more like a Hollywood sound stage operation, and knowing how Hezbollah uses human shields, it makes perfect sense. The war on terror has taken not a surprising turn, with the theater of war now including a very willing media as a propaganda tool for Hezbollah.

Anti-Syrian elements in Lebanon openly point finger at Hizbullah as guilty of killing of dozens of civilians in order to curtail plans for disarming group. 'Hizbullah has placed rocket launcher on building's roof and brought invalid children inside in bid to provoke Israeli response,' they write
The Lebanese website LIBANOSCOPIE , associated with Christian elements in the country and which openly supports the anti-Syrian movement called the "March 14 Forces," reported that Hizbullah has masterminded a plan that would result in the killing of innocents in the Qana village, in a bid to foil Lebanese Prime Minister Fouad Siniora's "Seven Points Plan", which calls for deployment of the Lebanese army in southern Lebanon and the disarming of Hizbullah.

There is a very important point which we know to be truth: Islamic terrorists, whether Hezbollah, Hamas or Al Queda, do not value life. Period. They raise children up and then recruit them to be suicide bombers. They think nothing of blowing innocent women and children to smithereens in Israel, Beslan or Indonesia. Isn't it ironic that when they kill people it's justified, but if (because the jury is still out on Qana) the Israeli's are alleged to have killed children, well, you see these same terrorists wringing their hands and pulling the world into their outrage.

Posted by Mutti at August 1, 2006 02:12 PM | TrackBack