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Last updated on August 9th, 2017 at 09:20 am
Please observe the hideous cauldron of pain where, according to Martin Chulov, Ahmed Mohammed Fawaz had his lower left leg amputated “and whose severe burns ironically had saved his life by sealing blood vessels and arteries”:
Via reader Kaboom. Click here for a larger view; or here for Dan Reihl’s in-van image. Note all the … er … blood, and … umm … burnt stuff. Damning! Meanwhile, reader Rothman emails:
I note that Chulov in his summary of the “key planks of zombietime.com’s allegations” fails to mention that Lebanese ambulances have a circular air vent in the middle of the red cross, thereby omitting any non-violent explanation for the hole in the roof. I’d have thought that plank was kind of keyish.
And as a blogger of some renown, could you explain how a blog “devoted 28 pages” to the story? Twenty-eight pages? Is that a lot? How many pages do blogs usually have?
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