Skip to comments.Mortician Source Of Qana Death Toll Figures (Green Helmet Guy)
Posted on 08/06/2006 7:22:12 PM PDT by Blogger
Mortician Source Of Qana Death Toll Figures How many coincedences [sic] can one story have before the liberal media realizes what dupes they are? Bishop Hill has noted two sources where the same green helmetted man, who is seen parading dead childrens bodies around Qana and who is probably the mortician from Tyre who has a refigerated truck constantly full of dead bodies, is the source of those inflated death toll numbers. Hill points to this article where a journalist was denying any direct responsibility in the Qana Theatre:
As far as Qana, I wasnt there. I dont know what the scene was like, other than what my colleagues who I trust told me and what I saw on television. As for the death toll going down from 54 to 28, well, that happens. It was apparently a confusing time and the mortician at the al-Bass Government Hospital gave out some numbers that included people also killed that day but in other places.
Well, I am beginning to think Abu Chadi is more than rescue worker/civil defense worker/truck driver/mortician. He has all the makings of Hezbollahs version of Josef Goebbels - a PR agent.
Posted by AJStrata on Sunday, August 6th, 2006 at 4:49 pm.
He shows up all over Lebanon.
From the same site:
Qana-Man A Mortician From Tyre!
Major Update: Taking a hint from reader Kokok below I tried variations of the name and hit on Abu Chadi in a Lebonese paper which also identifies him as the mortician of Tyre:
The first, named Ibn Zahra (son of Zahra) by a mortician at Tyres governmental hospital, was born prematurely in the back seat of a taxi under a hail of Israeli bombs as his family fled the South for the safety of this Southern port city.
The taxi finally fell victim to an air strike that killed Ibn Zahras two brothers and severely wounded his mother.
He lived for only an hour or two, says Abu Chadi, the mortician who named the infant. He never had a chance.
Well, that confirms there is a mortician in Tyre by the same name. What a coincidence. We also have Abu Chadi the Civil Defense worker in a nearly identical article to the one linked to below, yet the refigerated truck is nearby, in this Muslim News article.
Is it possible the worst possible conspiracy theory about the man in all the Qana photos is true? I have posted on the staged photos as others have on the ubiquitous green helmet man. There is even suspicion this same man was on the scene when Qana was bombed 10 years ago. Israeli Insider has picked up on some reporting from the area a few days earlier which now says Qana-Man is possibly a mortician from Tyre and may have arrived in his refrigerated truck used to carry corpses. Now the question comes full circle. Was his truck loaded on the way to Qana or on the way back? Read the entire piece, because there are more discrepencies being exposed.
Addendum: This coincidence is getting too coincidental:
The refrigerated truck that bodies are stored in had just emptied the day before with a mass burial. It is already filling up again, with the bodies of children.
What a strange coincidence.
Posted by AJStrata on Thursday, August 3rd, 2006 at 3:19 pm.
He's in high demand!
More quotes by GHG
"I do not know what weapons they are using, but it is leaving behind a trail of horribly mutilated bodies that are beyond recognition," Abu Chadi said.
Civil Defence member Abu Chadi in Tyre yesterday told the Lebanese Daily Star: Just driving through the south, we see abandoned, burned-out cars with rotting bodies inside, but cant reach them because when we try we are shot at by Israeli planes. A majority of the corpses that we have handled so far have been women and children.
A Lebanese Civil Defence official in Tyre, Abu Chadi, told the newspaper that the toll could be above 1000.
(Hey I got grandkids!)
Ya, that's the one. Shows up everywhere.
Green Helmet Guy has been exposed by a German news outlet as a Hizbollah TV crew director:
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