Wednesday, November 12, 2014

Photos of ISIS, real or fake?




Please look at both pictures... they show us the same slope, apparently taken near Kobani, the Kurdish city just outside Turkey, now under ISIS siege. I will keep this brief. Just this question:

Who are these guys, standing on the hill top, on the upper photos?

They must be about twenty meters tall. No wonder, why IS is unstoppable. They thank their victory to the help of giants.

And where is the second hill, behind the one with the IS-warriors on it? Where did it go?

This must be Divine intervention. The Almighty is undoubtedly with the Khilafah Islamiyah. That we live to see miracles, in our down-to-earth-days of transparent science. Science leaves no room for exceptions. Or is it rather, that either science, or the Almighty has granted us the blessings of computer applications, such as Adobe Photoshop? Who, which of the many parties involved has or have spread these photographic miracles, and why? I can think of a million reasons, but I will deny myself any speculative filling-in of possible expanations. Just this: The bottom photo is a realistic, long-focus-lens photo. The top photos may be pure propaganda. That's all.

Sources:
First pic must be taken by Lefteris Pitarakis, Associated Press, please also see articles about Kobani at Mashable.com and at Huffingtonpost.com
Second pic was taken by Lefteris Pitarakis, Associated Press, seen at Mashable.com
Third pic, from Getty, was seen at Independent.co.uk