Hajj Busted Again – Two Media Busts In One
Update: CHIT! I just clicked back and it dawned on me DOH! That’s likely the sand showing through the door. Dammit.
Fortunately, there’s enough else there to, I believe, disprove the ambulance theory. These wrecked ambulances which were said to be destroyed have been traveling quite a bit, obviously by tow or flatbed. It’s as if they are part of a media parade and now even more individuals claim to have been there. All these stories can’t be true. Also, look carefully at the antennae, you’ll see it was smashed into the top of the van long ago, as it is so caked with rust. It looks as though they actually cut it off recently.
Unbelievable. Researching Hajj has led me to evidence which I believe completely debunks two erroneous MSM stories while busting Hajj, yet again. Some may recall I first decimated the ambulance missile attack here, now I have more. Note that the International Commission for the Red Cross is helping to propagate that myth with a high resolution image available here.
I’ve since discovered that no MSM reporter had access to the ambulances in question. You can confirm that in this despicable ITV video. ITV admits that no reporter had access to the vehicle, the video and subsequent images taken from it were from "an amateur local cameraman" from Southern Beirut. Seems it was too dangerous for the journo’s.
Kevin Sites also has video of it and is spreading a worse lie all over Scrippsnews – that a man had two legs sheared off in the alleged attack. And HE gets an award for accurate journalism. What a joke. And even now a new man emerged and is said to have been the driver and lost an arm. None of the above has been mentioned in the many MSM reports.
The image at right was not photo-shopped by me except for my insert (upper Left) of another ambulance showing the device which is commonly mounted on the top. Obviously, it was removed
before they tore the canvas … having been covered, it’s pristine. It may even be sitting on a construction site in Qana similar to the one that was bombed. Yet the MSM has never retracted the story and even the ICRC is saying Israel is guilty of war crimes over the incident. Is the Red Cross working for Hezbollah overseas? Not even license plate comparisons of the ambulances I’ve done add up. The individual who took the photo above, Lefteris Pitarakis, led me to the second manufactured report from Adnan Hajj when I Googled his name.
Lebanese rescuers cover a body that was uncovered in the rubble of a bombed house in the south Lebanese village of Srifa (REUTERS/Adnan Hajj)
Yes, one more unfortunate civilian casualty resulting from Israel’s outrageous aggression. But unfortunately for Adnan Hajj and a few others photographers who appear to be going along with the ruse, someone stayed around long enough to snap an image when the carpet applied to the individual was rolled just a bit back. Just enough to display what is most likely the leg of a llama. Apparently they are common to the region and the Israeli special forces has taken to using them for transportation at times.
You can tell by the outcropping behind in both images that it’s the same site. Scroll down at this page for all related images.
Now Rusty at Jawa Report says he has yet another Hajj photo-shopping incident. Scroll down for the latest update.
Ryan R. Jones – All Headline News Correspondent
Jerusalem, Israel (AHN) – Israel’s large and technologically-advanced military has shunned more sophisticated means of supplying its special forces operating in Lebanon for a more unassuming supporting character – the South American pack llama.
Recent photos in local newspapers have shown elite infantry units waiting to cross the Lebanon border with their supply-laden furry beasts of burden.
According to media reports, the llamas, which can carry up to 60 pounds of supplies each, are being used primarily by special forces operating behind enemy lines in southern Lebanon’s rugged hill country, allowing Israel to avoid putting supply helicopters and vehicles at risk.
A senior commander quoted by Israel’s Yediot Ahronot said the specially trained animals are also very quiet, and require feeding only once every two days.
Update: And Reuter’s excuse for the original doctored image was … removing dust??????