Friday, August 25, 2006


Many of you might have heard reports of the IDF deliberately targeting Red Cross ambulances in Lebanon. The image to the left was highly circulated and reported on throughout the world.

The apparent bulls-eye shot of the Israeli missile was enough to propel this into a huge story world-wide.

Fortunately, such a tale is likely untrue.

Zombie has done extensive research examining photographs of the ambulance in question and combing over statements from those allegedly involved.

Most compelling to me are the facts that at the spot where the supposed missile pierced the ambulance roof, there just happens to be air vents of the exact same diameter on other ambulances. In addition, the bullet/shrapnel holes are entirely rusted. While the case isn't exactly closed, it makes the claims that the ambulance was bombed entirely implausible.


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