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You Take The Pictures, I’ll Create The War: Iran Posts Fake Photos Of Attack

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Published on: January 8, 2020

Is CNN expanding its news to Iran?


This is just more evidence of how news agencies worldwide all seem to have their own agendas.

The image of the attack tweeted by Iran’s Fars News Agency is actually a picture they gave to news agencies in 2017 when Iran struck ISIL targets in Syria. (See related Guardian story from the 2017 strike.)

Geez America, where have we seen this before?

OK so maybe it wasn’t CNN.

Iran probably wouldn’t let CNN anywhere near their country.

They are an AMERICAN embarrassment, not an IRANIAN embarrassment.

Here’s more from Gateway Pundit:

Iranians were heard shouting, “Allahu Akbar!” as the missiles were fired off.

As reported earlier by Kristinn Taylor Iran fired off several missiles at US bases in Iraq on Tuesday following the funeral of Qassem Soleimani.

A journalist from Iran’s Tasmin News Agency posted a photo of a missile launch with the translated caption, “Urgent /// Bismillah al-Rahman al-Rahim begins to avenge the firing of Iranian ballistic missiles at the Iraqi base in Iraq, which is home to US forces.”

The Iranian regimes official news agency Fars News reported on the missile attacks calling it “hard revenge” for Soleimani’s death.

The Iranian Students News Agency (IRNA) posted an alleged photo of Al-Assad Airbase.

The photo is actually from a 2019 report on Gaza.

The photo is NOT from al-Assad airbase.

Via Heshmat Alavi.

More at Gateway Pundit…


Iran seems to be taking cues from American Media’s playbook, or maybe it’s the other way around?

America should take out Fars News Agency to protect the integrity of CNN.

No one does fake news like CNN.

I’m being silly but this is just more evidence that you can’t trust anything you hear, read or see in the news.

That applies to Iran as well as America.

Article posted with permission Dean Garrison

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