Теократический Монархист (ign) wrote,
Теократический Монархист
ign

Браво, left.ru! (или как делается пропаганда)

Замечательный сайт российских "левых" left.ru порадовал нас новым достижением в области пропаганды (см. картинку).

Злобные израильские сионисты давят маленьких палестинских девочек...

Ну, что по этому поводу можно сказать?

Исследование источника появления новости об этой трагедии приводит нас к публикации на сайте Палестинского Агентства Новостей "WAFA".  Это сообщение вызвало определённый резонанс и разошлось по многим англоязычным новостным агентствам и блогам (см. например небезынтересное обсуждение в журнале некоего mparent7777).

Я не буду здесь говорить о том, что использовать явно случайную (этого никто не оспаривает!) смерть девочки для политической пропаганды бессовестно; собственно говоря, из исходной заметки вполне очевидно, что если кто и виноват в трагическом инциденте, так это сама мать ребёнка или возможно её старшие братья (их возраст не указан), пустившие 3-х летнюю (!) Рафеду искать туалет около автоматизированных ворот. Не буду я говорить и о том, что сама достоверность истории находится под большим сомнением; помимо того, что репутация самого "Палестинского Агентства Новостей", мягко говоря, небезупречна, даже они сами ссылаются только на слова матери погибшей девочки и ни на что больше.

Самое интересное здесь в другом: на каком основании left.ru называет Рафеду "палестинкой"? Город Kufr Kanna, где она живёт - израильский город. (Более распространённое написание Kаfr Kanna); это, между прочим, тот самый город, где Иисус превратил воду в вино (на этом месте сейчас стоит храм). Таким образом, погибла 3-х летняя израильтянка (вероятно, арабского происхождения, судя по месту жительства и имени - в исходной заметке ничего о национальности Рафеды не говорится).

Более того, при ближайшем рассмотрении возникает естественный вопрос: чего это человека, который едет из израильского города Kaft Kanna в израильскую тюрьму Nafha (в пустыне Негев - тоже территория Израиля), занесло на блок-пост около Рамаллы, где им пришлось минимум час ждать в очереди? То есть, разумеется, вполне можно допустить, что у семьи есть родственники, друзья и.т.п. на территории ПА, и они решили сначала заехать туда, а уж потом в тюрьму - но согласитесь, это заметно меняет впечатление от прочитанного?

Не зря говорят, что пропаганда всегда не в событии, а в контексте. Лучшей иллюстрации и не придумаешь - поблагодарим наших друзей из left.ru.

Update (4-November-07). Прошло полтора года, и жизнь в Интернете не стоит на месте. Сообщение на сайте WAFA, ссылку на которое я дал выше, уже недоступно, а журнал mparent7777 заморожен.

Между тем, появились новые сообщения о происшествии. где откровенное враньё причудливо переплетается с новыми подробностями.

Вот подробное описание происшествия отсюда:

It was April 26, 2006 and Rafida was preparing to visit her father, Thaer Bader, who is a political prisoner being held by Israel since December 18, 2005.[...]

Thaer was awaiting his family to visit from Beit Lekya, his village that is besieged by Israel's Separation Wall. He was not sure who exactly would be his visitors this time or what kind of news they would bring. He was busy in his cell thinking of how to receive his family. He never thought in his worst nightmares that, instead of the joy of receiving his family, he would receive the news of his daughter's fatal injury which led to her death.

At home, Thaer's daughter Rafida was rushing to her fate. She woke early in the morning and then woke her mother, wanting to get an early start on the long trip to her father. She refused to accept the fact that she awoke too early. She proceeded to wake up her cousin and aunt and put on new clothes for the visit.

Rafida was joyous. With her mother and aunt, she headed to the Red Cross office in Ramallah where all the prisoners' families meet for transportation to the prison for visits. Rafida's mother said that this has been the routine every month since her husband was arrested. The Israelis make it mandatory that visiting families use the Red Cross buses. They reached the Red Cross office at 5 AM and had to wait until 8 before boarding the bus and heading to the Mod'in Checkpoint, near the Palestinian village of Beit Sira, west of Ramallah. There they were forced to wait for a few hours.

[mother's speaking - ign]

"While we were in the Red Cross' buses waiting at the checkpoint to be allowed to pass, kids accompanying their visiting families got off the buses to play, including Rafida who got out and returned to the bus several times. The last time, she asked to use the toilet. As I was so tired and carrying her 16 months old infant brother, Omar, I asked her aunt to accompany her.

She was singing verses of her favorite song, which she used to watch on her favorite TV channel, Space Toon. Every time the song would come on, Rafida would turn the TV volume to the maximum.

Only a few minutes after Rafida got off the bus with her aunt, screaming spread all over the place. Your daughter! I didn't know what to do. I laid my infant on the floor of the bus and rushed to the accident scene; Rafida was dead, I felt it. I put her in my lap and didn't allow anyone to get close to her. Someone said, I am a nurse, let me treat her, but I didn't let her do anything, saying, leave her dead in my lap. After a few moments, that felt like a year, I felt her breathing and screamed for an ambulance."

Rafida, still singing, was walking past the iron gate accompanied by her aunt. The gate swung back fast by the strong wind and Rafida's head was stuck between the bars of the iron gate. Her aunt tried to rescue her, but her efforts were in vain. Within seconds, Rafida's head was crushed.

Rafida lay in her mother's lap with just a breath separating her from death. Her mother said that the minutes passed like years while she shifted between thoughts that her daughter had already passed away and hopes of the possibility to rescue her.

The Israeli soldiers manning the checkpoint gathered and moved everyone back from the scene as an ambulance arrived. She was transferred to the Israeli Tel Hashomer Hospital in Tel Aviv after the paramedics applied first aid.

The mother, whose origin is from the predominantly Palestinian city in Israel, Kufur Kana in the Galilee, said,

"On the first day, they said she was breathing. On the second day, they said blood doesn't circulate to the head and oxygen doesn't reach the brain. On the third day, they said she was dead. I wasn't in need of the explanations that the doctor tried to make it in Arabic, as I speak Hebrew fluently, which added to my pain as I listened to the medical staff speak of her deteriorating status for the three straight days.

Her head was ground like dough. I can not imagine the way she looked after the horrible injury. I still see her before me everywhere, and I get scared of the most trivial noises, especially the crying of my little child, Omar."

The minute Rafida's imprisoned father heard the tragic news he appealed to the Israeli Prison Authorities to allow him to visit his dying daughter in the hospital. Although his request was accepted in principle, the Prison Authorities procrastinated until after she passed away. He never saw her alive.

The mother added,


"On my next visit to her dad in his prison, I couldn't stand the way he looked. He was extremely sad and depressed, which made me cry throughout the entire visit. He kept asking about the other kids as if he wants to make sure that none had the same fate of Rafida. Rafida had a special place in his heart. She would barely let anyone else visiting speak to her father when she visited."



ОК, теперь мы знаем, кто виноват в смерти девочки (её тётя), но остаётся неясным, откуда всё-таки семья: из Beit Lekya (ПА) или Kufur Kana (Израиль) ? Ответ можно найти по этой ссылке:

At age 3, Rafida Thaer Bader was a beautiful child.[...] April 23, 2006 was the day of her death. On this spring day, she was killed at an Israeli checkpoint in the West Bank. Rafida was the child of an Israeli Arab and a Palestinian. Together with her mother, brothers and sisters she made a trip from the Israeli-Arab village of Kufer Kanna to Beit Lokia, a village of her father near Ramallah.

Это вроде бы решает вопрос. Отец семейства Thaer Bader (который сидит в израильской тюрьме) - палестинец из Beit Lekya, мать - израильтянка из Kaft Kanna. Соответственно, семья перед посещением тюрьмы решила съездить в деревню к отцу.

Интересно почитать дальнейшее изложение канвы событий по той же ссылке и сравнить его с вышеприведённым:

On Sunday the 23rd April of 2006, the electronic doors at the Israeli checkpoint of death, Kharbitah, the Israeli soldiers had "fun" again. They slammed the gate of the checkpoint shut on Rafida’s head, splitting her skull in two and popping out one of her eyes. The child bled to death in front of her young brothers and sister. The spring visit of the mother and her children to the house of the grandfather was converted into a tragic event which the young children and the family will never forget. And why ? Because of the long wait, the girl needed to go to the toilet. This unjustified murder was wholly supported and financed by the US and the European friends of Israel.


Это хорошая иллюстрация правдивости и точности палестинскик источников...
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