May 29, 2012, - 5:54 pm
We already know that you cannot trust or believe anything you read, hear, or see from the BBC a/k/a “the Beeb,” which is essentially Al-Jazeera with an English accent and bad teeth. The Beeb has had reporters who aided and abetted Islamic terrorists, and the Beeb constantly lies, especially in support of its anti-American, anti-Israel slant. Now, BBC is engaging in more of its usually faux-tography, running old photos from Iraq and pretending they are from the Syrian massacre at Houla. If they’ll do this to Alawite-controlled, pro-Hezbollah/Iran Syria, you can only imagine to what degree the Beeb’s producers, editors, and reporters will go to lie about Israel.
Photographer Marco di Lauro said he nearly “fell off his chair” when he saw the image being used, and said he was “astonished” at the failure of the corporation to check their sources.
The picture, which was actually taken on March 27, 2003, shows a young Iraqi child jumping over dozens of white body bags containing skeletons found in a desert south of Baghdad.
It was posted on the BBC news website today under the heading “Syria massacre in Houla condemned as outrage grows”.
The caption states the photograph was provided by an activist and cannot be independently verified, but says it is “believed to show the bodies of children in Houla awaiting burial”.
A BBC spokesman said the image has now been taken down.
Like I said, we already know that BBC stands for Biggest Bull—t Crock. But it’s always good to see more concrete confirmation.
How many Iraq photos from 2003 did they use claiming they were pics of “victims of the Israelis”? Start counting.
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