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Did Israel Attack Red Cross Ambulances?

Did Israel really attack Red Cross Ambulances?

(See here) a Zombietime blog article that attempts to show the attack(s) were a fraud.

Well the evidence produced by the author does convince me of one thing, that the ambulance was not hit with anything as potent as a hellfire missile. But could the damage have been created by something like non explosive cannon fire?

Perhaps coverage of the event was exaggerated. However even the pictures pointed to by the author seem to indicate something more then a roof vent being blown off by wind speed while driving down the road happened to the vehicle.

Perhaps the attacks did not happen exactly as they were portrayed, however evidence still seems to point that the vehicles suffered from some type of attack.

Just because some of the coverage might have been overblown does not automatically indicate that there was not some elements of truth in the coverage.

2 Comments:

Blogger Ragnar, The All-Seeing Pirate said...

Here's a video comparing the ambulance damage to known missile attacks:

http://mypetjawa.mu.nu/archives/184543.php

9/06/2006 03:31:00 AM  
Blogger Little David said...

The video you point to is of little value. At least of little value to one like myself who prefers to examine a still photograph instead of having the photographs appear for only a couple seconds before it is replaced with another.

I will admit that I support at least part of the message of the video. The ambulance was not struck by a hellfire missile. However this does not mean the ambulance did not suffer from attack via a different means. I theorized the damage displayed could have been due to cannon fire for example.

9/06/2006 07:41:00 AM  

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