tirsdag 6. juni 2017
June 5th, 2017 - Fort Russ News -
Who doesn’t remember Omar Daqneesh, the 5-year old boy from Syria who was photographed with his face badly injured, resulting from what was described a "Russian airstrike" in the then besieged Eastern Aleppo back in August 2016?
Despite showing obvious signs of child exploitation and inhumane treatment, the photo nevertheless conquered the world, thanks to the mainstream media.
Although having lost his elder brother, the boy is now living a normal life with his family in the liberated Aleppo.
As it turns out, the whole story about the Russian airstrike which the notorious White Helmets and jihadist groups were trying to sell, was of course fake from start to finish.
The injured boy was taken away from his family by terrorists who then subjected him to exploitation, with the mainstream media actively playing their role.
The boy and his family were later rescued by the Syrian Army.
In an interview with the Syrian journalist Kinana Allouche who recently visited the family in Aleppo, the boy’s father said he was offered 8000 US Dollars just to spread lies about Syrian and Russian forces and the ongoing conflict in Syria. He turned the offer down.
The family is supportive of the Syrian President Bashar Al Assad and his government.