Skip to comments.Hezbollah sinks Australian warship
Posted on 08/24/2006 11:42:20 AM PDT by E. Pluribus Unum
http://www.moqavemat.com - an Iran-based website run by the Hezbollah terrorist group - is running this picture (above) of what it claims is the Israeli ship it hit with a missile last month.
Now look at the Royal Australian Navys picture below - as published by Defence Industry Daily - of its sinking of the decommissioned Australian destroyer-escort HMAS Torrens off the coast of Western Australia in 1998 . We were told at the time the Torrens was deliberately sunk by a torpedo fired by one of our own submarines, the HMAS Farncomb.
Should we now think that we were in fact attacked by Hezbollah - or is this just the latest proof that Hezbollah will lie and lie again for propaganda gain?
all your fakes are belong to us. :)
Someone needs to post a pick of Hiroshima and state: Australia responds to sinking of ship with nuclear strike.
Are you sure the image didn't comed via Reuters?
there is a thread around here on this..
Perhaps Hamas just got its news from New York Times?
Actually, it's the new generation of Hizb'allah suicide ships.
The Hezbians are lying through their rotten, stinking, unbrushed teeth.
The pathetic thing about this is that much of America will accept the fake pictures, from a terrorist organization, without question.
"Here is more evidence of our great victory over the terrorist State of Israel using technology recently invented by our scientists," said Nasrallah. /Sooooo sarcastic
I think you are correct. It looks stripped out. Prolly a hull from WW 2.
Dang, can't get that 1st pic to load, even on this T1 line.
A new requirement for Hezbollah thugs will be: Must have working knowledge of Photoshop.
As an Aussie your headline almost gave me a coronary. Glad I read the details.
Is this a joke?
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