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Exposed: Al Jazeera Airs Fake Brotherhood Injuries and Deaths

While Al Jazeera’s pro-Islamist lies and propaganda have been exposed numerous times — lies and propaganda being doctrinally permissible through taqiyya — consider the following video recently aired live by the terrorist supporting TV network.

A near hysterical woman is heard lambasting the Egyptian military for supposedly killing peaceful Brotherhood protesters, while the Al Jazeera crew videotapes a man who appears to be either unconscious or dead — a supposed victim of the military.

His hand rests on his torso; his shirt under his hand is covered with blood, implying there is a bullet wound in that spot. However, when the unsuspecting doctor treating him tries to lift the man’s shirt, this supposedly unconscious or slain man — with his eyes still shut and his facial expression unmoved — subtly lifts his left leg both to push the doctor’s hand away and block his unharmed and blood-free torso from being taped by Al Jazeera.

Of course, the person videotaping instantly stopped — but not before enough of this shameful episode was recorded, proving Al Jazeera’s nonstop pro-Brotherhood propaganda campaign, one naively or intentionally followed by most of the Western media.

[Note: The scene in question plays from :08-:14, and then is followed by Arabic text from the person who taped and posted it on YouTube, and then replays again several times from :23-36.]

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# RE: Exposed: Al Jazeera Airs Fake Brotherhood Injuries and Deaths

Does this type of deceit really surprise you? When the brotherhood is willing to kill their own people in order to execute the so called infidels when they are in a mixed crowd.
Who knows who is really attacking whom in situations like this. Only God can bring this to a halt.
Left by Isaiah on Aug 20, 2013 12:38 PM