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Death to America | Positively Priceless!!!

Posted by eGZact on April 23, 2008

Read the following explanation before looking at the picture! 

Most Syrians struggle to even read Arabic, much less have a clue about English. So, how do a group of Syrian protest leaders create the most impact with their signs by having the standard “Death To Americans” (etc.) slogans printed in English?

Answer: They simply hire an English-speaking civilian to translate and write their statements into English.

Unfortunately, in this case, they were unaware that the “civilian” insurance company employee hired for the job was a retired US Army Sergeant! Obviously, pictures of this protest rally never made their way to Arab TV networks, but the results were PRICELESS! 



Death to America

4 Responses to “Death to America | Positively Priceless!!!”

  1. faker said

    thev pictures are fake
    the people in the pictures are pakistanis
    many syrians know english
    as a matter of fact many arabs are bi and tri lingual
    the picture is a simple photoshop manipulation

  2. T@T@ said

    Technicaly the fake in the picture is so clear; white color differences are so obvious.
    The people in the picture are wearing Pakistani dresses, no one in Syria wear like this.
    Syrian people are educated and of high culture and they will never need to hire a great Yankee to do anything for them; Arabs tought the west many important sciences in previous times; Arab spreaded science, but today west is using the others as a markets for its products.
    This picture is an insult; an insult for the Pakistani people, an insult for Syrians & arabs and an insult for any one; coz simly it shows disrespect for human mind.

  3. Brandon said

    This really is an insult, insult to the poster, because everyone knows these pictures are fake and above that, the protesters are Pakistani. Sad day in anti-Arab propaganda.

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