The mainstream media continues to show what a joke it is with this blatant example of hypocrisy.
The Islamic State of Iraq and Greater Syria (ISIS) is using the shocking viral image of a drowned 3-year-old boy as propaganda to threaten Syrians seeking refuge outside the country.
And the mainstream media in the western world “is using the shocking viral image of a drowned 3-year-old boy as propaganda” to make Europeans feel guilty for something they had nothing to do with, and demand that we throw open our borders to every single migrant that wants to come in, regardless of the effect it will have on us.
The photo of Alan Kurdi, whose name was initially misreported as Aylan Kurdi, lying lifeless on a Turkish beach has been printed in ISIS’s English magazine Dabiq, theGuardian reports, in an article titled, “The Danger of AbandoningDarul-Islam” — or, the Islamic homeland.
And it has been printed in plenty of other magazines and papers in the west. Different reason, but same intent… as propaganda.
“Sadly, some Syrians and Libyans are willing to risk the lives and souls of those whom they are responsible to raise upon the Sharī’ah – their children – sacrificing many of them during the dangerous trip to the lands of the war-waging crusaders ruled by laws of atheism and indecency,” the article says.
And some are even willing to leave the safety and employment of Turkey and risk the death of their child because they want to get dental work done in Europe… which is exactly what happened in this case.
The photo of Kurdi, who drowned fleeing war-torn Syria with his family, was widely shared on both social and traditional media during the first week of September, putting pressure on European countries to respond to the growing migrant crisis. There have been more than 3,600 migrant deaths so far this year.
And so they outright admit that their side has done the exact same thing…just for different reasons.
How much more obvious can it get?